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article imagePrincess Hilton Gets "Outrageous" Sentence

By patxxoo     May 5, 2007 in Crime
Paris Hilton gets more than she bargained for in this courtroom. She actually gets what she deserves. No special treatment.
Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer handed out fair justice to one that was acting like she was beyond the law.
"I'm very sorry and from now on I'm going to pay complete attention to everything. I'm sorry and I did not do it on purpose at all," she told the judge before he announced the sentence.
Then Judge Sauer laid down the law. Obviously not impressed by the heiress's statement.
The judge, saying "there's no doubt she knew her license had been suspended," ruled that she was in violation of the terms of her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.
Paris had already had two previous traffic stops which we all heard about as they were all over the news. She refused to enroll in the alcohol education program as she was supposed to and continued to drive with a suspended license while on probation.
As a result of her own irresponsible behavior she has to report to a woman's jail in Lynwood by June 5 or get 90 days instead of the 45 days she is sentenced to for violation of probation. No work release, furloughs or electronic anklets for the princess, oh I meant Paris.
She also did not get to pay her way into an alternative jail of her choice that some that are privileged have been allowed to do in the past.
Once out of jail she will have 36 months of probation to serve. $1,500 in fines to pay and she will have to take classes in alcohol education. Maybe this time the lessons might just sink in, that is if she completes them.
Her lawyer Howard Weitzman was outraged "uncalled for, inappropriate and bordered on the ludicrous."and says he is going to appeal the case.
Her mother Kathy seemed to take the proceedings as a joke. Making comments such as "May I have your autograph?" to the judge as he was making his ruling.
That is until she heard the ruling. Afterwards she was angry and commented to reporters "This is pathetic and disgusting, a waste of taxpayer money with all this nonsense. This is a joke."
I would say I disagree with Kathy. This was a serious matter that was treated as a joke by those parties that thought they were above the law.
Every day people are hurt and killed by drunk and irresponsible drivers. Her daughter was both. That is was brought her to the position she is in. As for her parents you would think that they would want to see their daughter saved from her own excesses instead of encouraging them.
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