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Paris Hilton - In Jail or Out of Jail? Make up Your Mind!

Paris Hilton served a miraculous 3 days in jail before complaining about a medical condition in order to leverage an early release. Well an early release it was. After just 3 days in jail, Paris was released from the Lynwood Century Regional Detention Facility and sent back to her Hollywood Hills home to serve her original sentence under house arrest.

Following her release, the media and concerned citizens made it very clear that they were upset with the justice system and that money and fame can obviously buy you freedom. After a complete public outcry, Los Angeles City Attorney ordered Sheriff Lee Baca (the person who made the initial decision to release the socialite) to send Paris back to prison to complete her 23 day sentence. Baca insists that Hilton's release had nothing to do with her social status and a lot to do with a 'severe medical condition'. The details of her medical condition have not yet been released.

So will Paris Hilton return to her jail cell and complete her 20 days behind bars or will she remain in her million dollar mansion for a period of 45 days? Some would argue that house arrest in the Hilton home would be more like a vacation than a punishment to most. Regardless, Paris has been juggled back and forth between 2 places. I think we can all agree that it would be best for everyone (including Paris) to put her back behind bars and leave her there for 23 days like she was told she would be.  

Published Friday, June 08, 2007 8:27 AM by AngelaA
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Hyscience said:

Paris out of jail and on the beach has been caught in the act - by Omovies.com. Something tells me Paris is going to get a "much heavier book" thrown at her by the judge in this morning's hearing. Related: Paris Hilton - In Jail or Out of Jail? Make up

June 8, 2007 9:37 AM

Paris Hilton Faces Jail Again: prospect of back to prison on Product Reviews Net said:

June 8, 2007 10:00 AM

par for the course!!!!!!! said:

What have the rich done for our country lateley ???

get out of jail free passes only if your at least a hundred million aire!!

bogus wars to settle personal vendettas!!

Upset at the reduced profit ,just move the americans jobs to a third world country!! youll be able to afford a bigger yacht!!

infiltrate the government under the 12th admendment forget who we the people voted on doesnt matter!!

i seen the paris sex tape dont see what the big deal is!! ive had fat chicks that are a better lay!

Wake up america!!!     demand your vote gets counted for real, electoral what!!!

Demand everyprisoner with a headache be let out of jail today!!

The only way we are gonna clean up our govnment,,cut the money off and make the popular vote the real one again!!  

June 8, 2007 10:15 AM

age said:

thats pritty stupied to say that she is in jail for 43 then 35 then 23 and then she gets out in the 3rd day....and she should live without pink and still getting what she wants

June 8, 2007 10:21 AM

JP said:

I guess a 3 day sentence for Driving impaired is a blow to M.A.D.D

What an example for North America

June 8, 2007 10:49 AM

Nunez said:

It seems fairly straightforward to me: the judge’s explicit orders were that Miss Priss was to cool off in jail for 23 days and think about her flagrant violation of parole. It’s not about driving on a suspended license. It’s about disregarding the terms of her parole and giving the finger to the legal system. The judge’s order stated explicitly that she was NOT TO DO HER TIME UNDER HOUSE ARREST. To violate a judge’s order is also a crime. Hilton needs to go back to prison and the sheriff who violated the court order needs to be punished. Otherwise, there wll be an outbreak of disregard for the law the likes of which LA has not seen since the Watts riots.

June 8, 2007 11:36 AM

Valerie. said:

I don't understand this at all watching hannity and combs tonight listening to two defense attourneys *** at one another.

one says that more or less it isn't fair, michelle rodriuqez has a wrap sheet and she was realsed early on her charge and it wasn't a big deal.

I say listen, life isn't fair, it isn't fair that normal american citiczen have to serve a year in jail for the same kind of issue, not 45, 35, 23, days. then have a suspended license after that..

the fact that she is paris hilton is the reason that this is such a big fucking deal. The fact that we as americans have made her so popular and for what? This is the reason it's such a big deal. When she was complaining about Michelle R. my father looks at me and says who is that?

and the only way to explain it is that girl from fast and furious, she's a B lister not a A lister and that's why it's so publicized.

now the other attourney was saying that this is wrong, paris was disrespectful to the law her family were being jerks in the court room, and things of that nature.

In order to learn a lesson, you have to sit down and think about what you did, and paris hilton in incapable of doing such a thing.

Especially on house arrest,

*** as long as she stays in the house she can have parties and what not what's the punishment in that?

I think she should be put in Jail and it would really benefit her, rather than harm her.

apperantly some medical condtion that is undocumented. And the fear for her life that she will hurt her self what can she do in a place like jail someone is going to be watching her all the time except for in her sleep/

I think she should go back to jail.

June 8, 2007 10:03 PM

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