Halbleib v. State

In Halbleib v. State, 7 P.3d 45, 47 (Wyo. 2000), the Court held that a defendant was entitled to credit against a particular sentence if: (1) the reason for presentence confinement was his failure to post bond on the charges to which the sentence pertained; (2) postsentencing confinement was ordered as a condition of probation granted in relation to these charges and an escape charge would lie for leaving that confinement without authorization; or; (3) time had been served on those underlying charges, following the revocation of probation and prior to reinstatement of that probation. Thus, a defendant is not entitled to credit against a particular sentence if the confinement for which he seeks credit is attributable to something other than the charges for which that sentence was imposed.