People v. Burks
66 Cal.App.4th 232, 77 Cal.Rptr.2d 698, 1998.CA.30003 , 98 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 6565
California Court of Appeals
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We hold that when a defendant agrees to waive custody credits after violating probation, the waived credits may not be recaptured when probation is violated again, unless the agreement expressly reserves that right. In the absence of such a record, custody credits once waived may not be used again.