6-125: JUDGMENT:
   A.   At the close of trial, judgment must be rendered without undue delay by the judge, who shall cause it to be entered in his docket:
      1.   If judgment is of acquittal, and the defendant is not to be detained for any other legal cause, he must be discharged at once;
      2.   If the defendant pleads guilty or is convicted after trial, the court must render judgment thereon, fixing the penalty within the limits prescribed by the applicable ordinance and imposing sentence accordingly; and
      3.   A judgment that the defendant pay a fine may direct also that he be imprisoned until the fine is satisfied, as provided in section 6-129 of this chapter. (1998 Code)