The Act provides that probationers who are not less than seventeen years old and not more than thirty years old, and who are sentenced to at least one year on probation, may be required to complete a period of ninety days of confinement in a special alternative incarceration boot camp. This will apply only to probationers not suffering any mental or physical handicaps which would prevent them from engaging in strenuous activity. At least five days prior to the probationer's release from the special alternative incarceration boot camp, the Department of Corrections will certify to the trial court as to whether the individual has satisfactorily completed this condition of probation. An unsatisfactory report will be grounds for revocation of the probated sentence.
"PENAL INSTITUTIONS Probation: Provide Confinement Requirement of Ninety Days for Certain Probationers to be Fulfilled at Special Alternative Incarceration Boot Camps,"
Georgia State University Law Review:
1, Article 24.
Available at: http://readingroom.law.gsu.edu/gsulr/vol8/iss1/24