(a) If any person is convicted of a violation of Section 23152 or 23153 , the court shall not stay or suspend pronouncement of sentencing, and shall pronounce sentence in conjunction with the conviction in a reasonable time, including time for receipt of any presentence investigation report ordered pursuant to Section 23655 .
(1) Notwithstanding Section 1203a of the Penal Code , a period of probation not less than three nor more than five years; provided, however, that if the maximum sentence provided for the offense may exceed five years in the state prison, the period during which the sentence may be suspended and terms of probation enforced may be for a longer period than three years but may not exceed the maximum time for which sentence of imprisonment may be pronounced.
(2) A requirement that the person shall not drive a vehicle with any measurable amount of alcohol in his or her blood.
(3) A requirement that the person, if arrested for a violation of Section 23152 or 23153 , shall not refuse to submit to a chemical test of his or her blood, breath, or urine, pursuant to Section 23612 , for the purpose of determining the alcoholic content of his or her blood.
(4) A requirement that the person shall not commit any criminal offense.
(c) The court shall not absolve a person who is convicted of a violation of Section 23152 or 23153 from the obligation of spending the minimum time in confinement, if any, or of paying the minimum fine imposed by law.
(d) In addition to any other provision of law, if any person violates paragraph (2) or (3) of subdivision (b) and the person had a blood alcohol concentration of over 0.04 percent as determined by a chemical test, the court shall revoke or terminate the person's probation as provided by Section 23602 , regardless of any other proceeding, and shall only grant a new term of probation of not more than five years on the added condition that the person be confined in the county jail for not less than 48 hours for each of these violations of probation, except in unusual cases where the interests of justice would best be served if this additional condition were not imposed.
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