When I was sentenced to 30 days in jail for my DUI, it wasn't a traditional jail but rather an extension of the local jail - instead of being in cells behind bars, the building we were in was actually a former grade school. Each room had a bunch of bunk beds in them and we had to all sleep in whatever room we were assigned. In addition, throughout the day we had to sit through various counseling programs - group discussions, workbook assignments, watching videos about alcohol rehabilitation, etc.. then the rest of the days were spent in our room, or occasionally we got break times to go watch TV or smoke. I wish I could say something good about the whole experience, but it was entirely worthless. The "counselors" were just going through the motions, the staff was rude and on a power trip the whole time, and the facilities were filthy and the food inedible (we all ate out of the vending machines for 30 days instead). I understand it's not meant to be Camp Cupcake, but it's also a tremendous waste of taxpayer money as well when it comes to treating or effectively rehabilitating anyone. It honestly felt like a big charade to give the appearance that they were doing something about DUI's when they are just all collecting paychecks.