Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Unified Code of Corrections. Provides that the purpose of a person being placed in an electronic home detention program instead of being sentenced to a term of imprisonment is to facilitate rehabilitation and a person's continued participation in employment, education programs, family, community, and religious activities. Provides that only the court may place a person in an electronic home detention program. Provides that a person placed in an electronic home detention program shall: (1) be allowed 8 hours a day of movement outside the home, unless there is a reduction of movement due to a disciplinary infraction validated at a parole, probation, conditional discharge, or court hearing; (2) not receive lifetime imposition of electronic home detention; (3) receive an annual review of his or her electronic home detention status by the supervising authority; (4) if as a condition of a pre-trial release program receive full or partial credit for time served for the days spent on electronic home detention; and (5) not be charged a fee during pretrial release, mandatory supervised release, or as a sentence in lieu of incarceration. Provides that a person placed on electronic home detention may appeal to the circuit court if he or she is denied to leave the premises of his or her residence for specific reasons.