Your question requires a bit more information in order to give the most accurate response. When the court imposes a sentence the clerk will write down how much credit you already have if you have already spent some time in jail on the case. This credit will count toward your sentence.
Thus, if you spent 11 days actual in jail then you would likely have either 21 or 22 custody credits pursuant to PC 4019 , which would reduce the amount of time you have to spend in County Jail/Work Release program to just under 100 days.
It could mean that you served eleven days actual (did you), credit for 22 total. This credit would then be applied toward your sentence of 120 days, which is eligible for being satisfied through weekend jail or work release.
It could mean you have 11 days of custody credit toward your 120-day sentence. It could mean you must do 11 of the 120 days in jail and can do the rest on work project. Or, it could mean something else. Only your lawyer knows for sure. Ask him.
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