Upon sentencing or activating a sentence, the judge presiding shall determine the
credits to which the defendant is entitled and shall cause the clerk to transmit to
the custodian of the defendant a statement of allowable credits. Upon committing a defendant upon the conclusion of an appeal, or a parole, probation,
or post-release supervision revocation, the committing authority shall determine any
credits allowable on account of these proceedings and shall cause to be transmitted,
as in all other cases, a statement of the allowable credit to the custodian of the
defendant. Upon reviewing a petition seeking credit not previously allowed, the court shall
determine the credits due and forward an order setting forth the allowable credit
to the custodian of the petitioner.
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