Giudice turned himself in Monday to authorities at the Morris County jail in Morristown, N.J., a police spokesperson confirms. Giudice has been segregated because of his celebrity, however he is expected to be moved in with the general population.
According to a police spokesperson, Giudice is also expected to serve 8 days of his sentence, putting his release date at Sept. 28.
The sentence stems from Giudice's DUI conviction following an accident in Montville, N.J., in the early hours of Jan. 14. He had his license suspended for seven months in that case, but was caught driving.
The Giudices have faced plenty of legal trouble in the past year. Last October, they filed for bankruptcy, listing almost $11 million in debt, multiple mortgages and unpaid balances on nine credit cards.
That bankruptcy case is pending in U.S. District Court in Newark.
Teresa Giudice did not respond to a request for comment.