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    Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Yeah, I know. Posting anything about Hilton is giving her more attention than she deserves, but I couldn't resist.

    The Jail Captain at Lynwood reportedly said there would be "no special treatment" for Paris. An easy way to test that claim: if you're ever in jail in LA County, tell the guards you feel sick and see if they let you out 20 days early.

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    LOS ANGELES (AP) - Paris Hilton was released from jail early Thursday due to an unspecified medical condition after serving only three days of her sentence.

    She was sent home with an ankle bracelet and must remain there for 40 days, according to sheriffs spokesman Steve Whitmore.

    Hilton checked into the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood on Sunday night to begin serving a 23-day sentence for violating probation.

    The 26-year-old hotel heiress surrendered to authorities with little fanfare after a surprise appearance at the MTV Movie Awards, where she worked the red carpet in a strapless designer gown.

    The star of "The Simple Life" reality TV show pleaded no contest to a reckless-driving charge in January and was sentenced to 36 months' probation. When she was later pulled over by the California Highway Patrol, Hilton was told that she was driving on a suspended license and signed a document acknowledging she was not to drive. She was then pulled over by sheriff's deputies on Feb. 27 and charged with violating probation.

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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Ah, yes, America. Land of the rich..er... free... er..if you're rich, you can be free.

    Clearly, Justice is NOT blind. She can still read the check. There are people with terminal cancer in CA jails who get NO break. "Medical condition"? My holy pimpled arse!!

    Fire the lot of them - without pensions. The Hilton slush fund can pay their pensions, since that's where their salaries are obviously coming from.

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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    As soon as I saw the title of the thread, my first thought was, I knew it! I am only surprised that she didn't buy her way, or sleep her way out of it(or did she?)...Justice my ass...They should pack on a few hundred community service hours instead...not that I care ;)

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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by chocho
    Clearly, Justice is NOT blind. She can still read the check. There are people with terminal cancer in CA jails who get NO break. "Medical condition"? My holy pimpled arse!!
    Oh, she had psychological problems. :rolleyes: She probably cried herself to sleep everynight. Or maybe it was alcohol withdrawals getting to her? LOL.

    What a frickin' titty baby. Daddy must be so proud. What she needs is a good spanking and something tougher than sitting in her mansion for 40 days under house arrest. What a hardship that must be.

    I will not allow the girls to purchase ANYTHING that who.re markets. I don't care if they like her perfume or not. Who it represents is disgusting. I stopped staying in Hilton's years ago when I travel. They were awesome but the idea that such a spoiled brat is going to inherit them? I won't help line their pockets.


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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by sojustask
    Oh, she had psychological problems. :rolleyes:
    On that basis, they should be releasing Charles Manson aaaany day now...

    Man, I wish they'd released her scrawny arse into the Gen Pop for just a few hours. Betcha' she would NEVER drive drunk again... would have been more effective than even a 40-day sentence.

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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    She is a Stupid Cow!!! And Nicole Richie could be going to Jail too. The difference between the two? Nicole will stay put!

    How about that for REALITY? lol

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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Shes going back, woot.
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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Rename this thread, shes back in jail. "ITS NOT RIGHT!!!!!" -Paris Hilton.

    lol
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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by luciano
    Rename this thread, shes back in jail. "ITS NOT RIGHT!!!!!" -Paris Hilton.

    lol
    Hehe. Too late to edit, or I would.

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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by yossarian
    Hehe. Too late to edit, or I would.
    Lemme guess....would you have edited it to say "IT'S NOT TIGHT!" -Paris Hilton




    I just love using this little buggar!
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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Way too much publicity for this chick. No envy, just shameful that they don't leave her privacy alone. Sort of none of our business anyway.

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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by kqn
    Way too much publicity for this chick. No envy, just shameful that they don't leave her privacy alone. Sort of none of our business anyway.
    I will argue the difference with you on that my friend. Her CHOICE of lifestyle has MADE her business SHOW business. Yeah, we all agree "way too much publicity for this chick". Personally, I feel the news today is dumbed down to pure moronic idiocy, but if it is what we are discussing today, then we will discuss it. However, every star knows the perils of the fame & they willingly go into it head first hoping and praying someone will notice them & put them in the spotlight. Shame the only way to do that today is to lower their standards to that of common white trash.

    Paris has got to be loving this! And apparently Lindsay Lohan is jealous of the attention & went on a rampage to get arrested herself too & Britney Spears shaved her head & my butt has a pimple on it & oh yeah, it's all very funny to me!
    what the heck is this crap?

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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    On top of it all, She is there for 45 days! Not 20 days. She gets everything she deserves! I'm not one, to get happiness, when someone falls on their face.

    But she needs to fess up to the fact, she f-up!

    but NO she blamed it on her on her P.R. person.

    What happen to taking responsibility for your own actions? Well, her glass house is gone. She, herself is the one that broke it!

    Nobody should feel bad for her. She should throw the Biggest Party ever! (Pity for Paris) ROTFL
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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by JenaV
    On top of it all, She is there for 45 days! Not 20 days. She gets everything she deserves! I'm not one, to get happiness, when someone falls on their face.

    But she needs to fess up to the fact, she f-up!

    but NO she blamed it on her on her P.R. person.

    What happen to taking responsibility for your own actions? Well, her glass house is gone. She, herself is the one that broke it!

    Nobody should feel bad for her. She should throw the Biggest Party ever! (Pity for Paris) ROTFL

    She'll still do half her sentence, California law requires it or so Ive heard, you get 1 day off for each day of good behavior, now if shes trippin out in her cell everyday maybe thats different.

    "MOM!!!"-Paris Hilton
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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by wiseroption
    Lemme guess....would you have edited it to say "IT'S NOT TIGHT!" -Paris Hilton




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    lol, thats good wise.
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    Re: Paris Hilton Out of Jail After Only 3 Days of a 23 Day Sentence

    I saw this on television. Quite entertaining, probably her best performance to date, her freaking out for the cameras when the cops showed up to take her BACK to jail. :D
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    Paris Hilton Is Ordered Back to Jail
    By SHARON WAXMAN
    Published: June 8, 2007

    LOS ANGELES, June 8 — The national obsession with celebrity collided head-on with the more serious issue of the equal application of justice on Friday, as a judge sent the socialite Paris Hilton back to jail some 36 hours after she was released for an unspecified medical problem.

    Judge Michael T. Sauer ordered Ms. Hilton to serve out the remainder of her sentence in a county lock-up after the city attorney, whose office had prosecuted the heiress, filed a petition asking that the sheriff’s department be held in contempt or explain why it had released her with an ankle monitor on Thursday, after she had served just five days.

    Ms. Hilton had been sentenced to 45 days in jail for violating the terms of her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case. With time off for good behavior, she had been expected to serve 23.

    Ms. Hilton, 26, wearing no makeup and with her hair disheveled, sobbed and screamed, “Mom, this isn’t right,” as she was taken from the packed courtroom by deputies.

    It was a rare moment in this star-filled city, where badly behaving celebrities can seemingly get away with anything — or at least D.U.I. But Ms. Hilton, for all her money and celebrity, seems to have been caught between battling arms of the legal justice system here, with prosecutors and Judge Sauer determined to make a point by incarcerating her, only to have the sheriff’s office let her go.

    “She’s a pawn in a turf fight right now,” said Laurie Levenson, a law professor at Loyola Law School Los Angeles. “It backfired against her because she’s a celebrity. She got a harsher sentence because she was a celebrity. And then when her lawyer found a way out of jail, there was too much public attention for it to sit well with the court.”

    The struggle between the judge and the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, which runs the jail, incited indignation far beyond the attention normally paid to a minor criminal matter.

    Judicial and police officials here said they were inundated with calls from outraged citizens and curious media outlets from around the country and beyond. The Rev. Al Sharpton, the civil rights activist and media fixture, decried Ms. Hilton’s release as an example of “double standards,” where consideration was given to a pampered rich girl that would never be accorded an average inmate.

    Even the presidential candidate John Edwards found himself drawn into the debate. When asked about Ms. Hilton’s release on Thursday he said, “Without regard to Paris Hilton, we have two Americas and I think what’s important is, it’s obvious that the problem exists.”

    California has been struggling to comply with a federal order to ease overcrowding in its jails and prisons, and Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has for the past year implemented a program of early release. But that has frustrated prosecutors who believe that early release undermines their efforts to punish those found to have broken the law.

    At a news conference on Friday, Mr. Baca said, “The special treatment appears to be her celebrity status. She got more time in jail.” Under the normal terms of the early release program, he said, Ms. Hilton would not have served “any time in our jail.”

    The city attorney whose office prosecuted Ms. Hilton’s case, Rocky Delgadillo, said preferential treatment had led to her being sent home with an ankle bracelet. In the original order sentencing Ms. Hilton to jail, the judge had specifically stated that Ms. Hilton would not be allowed a work furlough, work release or an electronic monitoring device in lieu of jail time.

    “We cannot tolerate a two-tiered jail system where the rich and powerful receive special treatment,” Mr. Delgadillo said after learning of the release.

    In a news conference on Friday afternoon, Mr. Baca said that Ms. Hilton “had a serious medical condition,” though he declined to say what it was. He said, “This is evidence that this lady has severe problems.” But, he added, “The criminal justice system should not make a football out of Miss Hilton’s status.”

    In a scene that seemed a strange parody of O. J. Simpson’s low-speed chase more than a decade ago, news cameras from across the country followed a police cruiser containing Ms. Hilton as it drove slowly down from her home to Superior Court Friday .

    The issue became non-stop fodder for news channels like CNN and Fox News, crowding out news on immigration legislation or the latest from Iraq, as legal experts debated how rare the decision was to release her, and whether doing so neutralized, negated or otherwise neutered the judge’s original order.

    Amid the debate over serious questions of equal justice under the law came speculation over the nature of Ms. Hilton’s “medical situation,” which Mr. Baca gave as the reason for her release. On television, commentators questioned whether she was a suicide risk or if she was eating properly in jail.

    Judge Sauer had ordered the hearing for 9 a.m. When Ms. Hilton did not appear, apparently believing that she could participate by telephone, he sent sheriff’s deputies to escort her from her home.

    When she arrived and the hearing began, the judge said he had received a call on Wednesday from an undersheriff informing him that Ms. Hilton had a medical condition and that the sheriff’s office would submit papers to the judge to consider releasing her early. The judge said the papers describing a “psychological” problem never arrived and, every few minutes during Friday’s court session, interrupted the proceedings to state the time and note that the papers had still not shown up.

    In ordering her return to jail, Judge Sauer said that there were adequate medical facilities within the system to deal with Ms. Hilton’s problems.

    Ms. Hilton was not the only high-profile defendant whose celebrity prompted a raised eyebrow from a judge this week. Also on Friday, the judge who sentenced I. Lewis Libby Jr. to prison this week issued an order dripping with acid sarcasm after receiving a supporting brief from a dozen prominent legal scholars, including Alan M. Dershowitz of Harvard and Robert H. Bork, the former Supreme Court nominee.

    The judge, Reggie B. Walton of the Federal District Court in Washington, said he would be pleased to see similar efforts for defendants less famous than Mr. Libby, formerly the chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney.

    “The court trusts,” he wrote, in a footnote longer than the order itself, that the brief for Mr. Libby “is a reflection of these eminent academics’ willingness in the future to step up to the plate and provide like assistance in cases involving any of the numerous litigants, both in this court and throughout the courts of our nation, who lack the financial means to fully and properly articulate the merits of their legal positions.”

    “The court,” he added, “will certainly not hesitate to call for such assistance from these luminaries.”



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