In a New York court in February, Morgan pleaded guilty to drunk driving in November 2006. He was ordered to enter a doctor-supervised alcohol program, undertake community service and avoid being arrested again for six months.
However, the conditional discharge violated a previous drunk-driving conviction relating to a December 2005 incident in Hollywood.
So at a Los Angeles Superior Court hearing on Friday, Morgan was ordered to wear a Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM) device on his ankle, which will test for alcohol consumption every 30 minutes for 90 days.
Should Morgan test positive for alcohol use, he will have to start the 90-day period again. If he tests positive twice he will be sent to jail for 30 days.
The actor, who was not present at Friday's hearing, is due in court on May 25 when he will be fitted with the SCRAM device, reports TMZ.com.
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