Person sentenced to or confined in jail; sentence or sanction reduction.
Any person sentenced to or confined in a city or county jail, including any person serving a custodial sanction imposed in response to a parole or probation violation, shall, after the fifteenth day of his or her confinement, have his or her remaining term reduced one day for each day of his or her sentence or sanction during which he or she has not committed any breach of discipline or other violation of jail regulations.
Source:Laws 1982, LB 231, § 2; R.S.Supp.,1982, § 23-2811; Laws 1983, LB 180, § 5; Laws 1993, LB 113, § 2; Laws 2010, LB712, § 40; Laws 2016, LB1094, § 27.
Probationers serving consecutive jail time are eligible to earn good time credit. State v. Lobato, 259 Neb. 579, 611 N.W.2d 101 (2000).
A probationer sentenced to an intermittent sentence is not entitled to a reduction of that sentence pursuant to this section. This section does not apply to probationers sentenced to intermittent sentences authorized pursuant to section 29-2262. State v. Salyers, 239 Neb. 1002, 480 N.W.2d 173 (1992).
This section, establishing good time credit in the county jail system, is applicable to time spent in the county jail awaiting sentencing. Williams v. Hjorth, 230 Neb. 97, 430 N.W.2d 52 (1988).
This section is applicable to time spent in the county jail awaiting sentencing. State v. Zamarron, 19 Neb. App. 349, 806 N.W.2d 128 (2011).