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P. v. White
Appellant Roy Hughes White contends he is entitled to an award of additional custody credits in the amount of 687 days for time spent in two residential treatment facilities. The trial court did not award any custody credits for time spent in residential treatment facilities. The People contend that only the first 14 days in a treatment facility were sufficiently restrictive to constitute custody and that White should be awarded an additional 14 days of custody credits.
We agree with the People that the balance of the residential treatment program, where White was permitted freedom to leave, was not so restrictive as to warrant an award of custody credits. Therefore, we will modify the judgment to award an additional 14 days of custody credits and in all other respects will affirm the judgment.

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