After pleading no contest to his second drunk-driving arrest in three years, 24 star Kiefer Sutherland immediately reported to jail to serve his 48-day sentence. He was processed into the Glendale, Calif., jail yesterday. "Mr. Sutherland is very polite and humble. He was very cooperative during the booking process," said jail spokesman Officer John Balian. "He will be issued an orange jumpsuit, and will be housed alone in a cell, since he'll be a long-term inmate." Kiefer will also have to work, doing laundry and kitchen duty, serving breakfast lunch and dinner to the other inmates. According to the LA City Attorney's Office, there will be no early release a la Lindsay Lohan and Nicole Richie. "Sutherland will be serving the 48 days in the Glendale City Jail, with no early release and no good time/work time credit, so we expect that he will serve the entire 48 days in jail," the office send in a statement. The actor was also sentenced to five years probation, weekly therapy sessions for six months and an 18-month alcohol education program.