Please note, that if any of the active time is “mandatory” time you do not receive 50% credit for that.
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It is up to the sheriff to credit you with two for every one day served with good behavior. You can also get credit for helping with jail duties such as landscaping. If you have two days to serve it probably is one and maybe less if you have credits for time already served.
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