Section 45-2-84.05Credit for jail time; community service; violations of terms and conditions.
(a) Any person who has been released from custody or sentenced under this part may be required by the court to report to the Baldwin County Jail during weekends or at the times or intervals of time as the court may direct. Jail time credit may be given for the time served and calculated in the customary manner. In no event shall the number of days in confinement exceed the number of days in the original sentence. Any person who has been ordered released or sentenced pursuant to this part may be required by the judicial officer as a condition of release or sentencing to perform community service hours for nonprofit entities, civil organizations, or government agencies as directed and supervised by the Baldwin County Community Corrections Center.
(b) Any part of a day spent outside of jail or the custody of the Department of Corrections, but in the actual physical custody of the Baldwin County Community Corrections Center shall be counted as a full day toward the serving of the sentence imposed unless otherwise provided by the court. If a person violates the terms and conditions laid down for his or her conduct, custody, and employment, he or she shall be returned to the sentencing court. The court may then deny the defendant pretrial release or if the defendant has been sentenced require that the balance of the sentence be spent in actual confinement at a jail or with the Department of Corrections and may cancel any earned reduction of his or her term.
(Act 2005-135, p. 229, §6.)