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Hilton's Jail Term Cut to About 23 Days

By Associated Press

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LOS ANGELES - Paris Hilton will serve about half of her 45-day jail sentence and will be separated from the general inmate population, authorities said Wednesday.

The hotel heiress will spend about 23 days in a "special needs housing unit" at the Century Regional Detention Center in suburban Lynwood, Los Angeles County sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said.

Her sentence was shortened after jail officials gave her credit for good behavior, Whitmore said. Officials considered several factors in calculating the credit, including that she appeared for her latest court date, he said.

Hilton will stay in a unit that contains 12 two-person cells reserved for police officers, public officials, celebrities and other high-profile inmates, he said.

Like everyone else in the 2,200-inmate facility, Hilton will get at least an hour outside her cell each day to shower, watch television, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone, he said.

The 26-year-old socialite was sentenced to jail this month for violating the terms of her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case. A judge ordered her to report to jail by June 5.

A call to her lawyer, DUI specialist Richard Hutton, was not immediately returned. Her publicist, Elliot Mintz, declined to comment.

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Hilton's Jail Term Cut to About 23 Days

By Associated Press

document.write(getElapsed("20070517T020604Z"));Wed May 16, 10:06 PMUPDATED 9 HOURS 37 MINUTES AGO

Paris Hilton looks on during the launch of a ...

LOS ANGELES - Paris Hilton will serve about half of her 45-day jail sentence and will be separated from the general inmate population, authorities said Wednesday.

The hotel heiress will spend about 23 days in a "special needs housing unit" at the Century Regional Detention Center in suburban Lynwood, Los Angeles County sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said.

Her sentence was shortened after jail officials gave her credit for good behavior, Whitmore said. Officials considered several factors in calculating the credit, including that she appeared for her latest court date, he said.

Hilton will stay in a unit that contains 12 two-person cells reserved for police officers, public officials, celebrities and other high-profile inmates, he said.

Like everyone else in the 2,200-inmate facility, Hilton will get at least an hour outside her cell each day to shower, watch television, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone, he said.

The 26-year-old socialite was sentenced to jail this month for violating the terms of her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case. A judge ordered her to report to jail by June 5.

A call to her lawyer, DUI specialist Richard Hutton, was not immediately returned. Her publicist, Elliot Mintz, declined to comment.

Good behavior? Gheeese she hasn't even GONE to jail yet . How does she get good behavior treatment? :fighting0050:Something smells.

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Good behavior? Gheeese she hasn't even GONE to jail yet . How does she get good behavior treatment? :fighting0050:Something smells.

Good behavior is pretty much assumed when these sentences are handed out. You have to screw up pretty good on the inside to lose it.

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Good behavior is pretty much assumed when these sentences are handed out. You have to screw up pretty good on the inside to lose it.

I find showing up for your court date to be considered good behavior laughable. I always thought you did that to avoid a warrant for you're arrest

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23 days should be just enough to give her a little humility...I post on a different board (non-sports related) and somebody there who knows her and has been inside her house a few times was saying what a dumb person she really is-so she may NOT be able to learn anything per se

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23 days should be just enough to give her a little humility...I post on a different board (non-sports related) and somebody there who knows her and has been inside her house a few times was saying what a dumb person she really is-so she may NOT be able to learn anything per se

whats you're username on skinny/talentless/wasteofspaceblondes.com ?

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aside from the fact that your expressing anger in a racist and basically childish form... (kids like to swear and use racist words they learned because they feel people will listen to them due to the shock value of the words...)

Places like this are needed, would you like it if you had a famous family member that went to prison and didn't make it out alive simply because of who they were?

As much as you would like to think it is, part of your punishment is not getting picked on by the general prison population... cops and celebs deserve to be safe in prison just as anyone else does.

Is it wrong that she is getting special treatment? Sure it is... but its not like this is an assault or murder trial... she was driving without a license...

This is life with a mixed economy.. if you don't like it... there are other countries to live in... :)

Yes, they deserve it just as well as everyone else does, so then they should all have equal rights in prison, and have equally good protection. If everyone has the right to be safe in prison, they should all be equally safe, no matter who you are. She was driving without a license, so she deserves the same punishment as everyone else. Places like this aren't needed, they're unfair, and just comes to show that everyone doesn't have equal rights.

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just the fact that such a place exists (low security designed for cops and celebs) makes me sick to my stomach........

Wow, they must do things differently in Florida, because here in Michigan bad cops get prision time. Not minimum white collar inside trading prision, actual prision. I've seen plenty of POS cops go to prision while living in Michigan. Trust me.....when you arrest a regular POS for a bad ass crime and see him walk free, you get to see the other side of the so called 'unfair' justice system.

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Yes, they deserve it just as well as everyone else does, so then they should all have equal rights in prison, and have equally good protection. If everyone has the right to be safe in prison, they should all be equally safe, no matter who you are. She was driving without a license, so she deserves the same punishment as everyone else. Places like this aren't needed, they're unfair, and just comes to show that everyone doesn't have equal rights.

She would not be treated the same as everyone else in a regular prison...

I dont even want to argue this... lol... I cant stand her... so by all means... make it unfair and let her get her ass kicked...

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She would not be treated the same as everyone else in a regular prison...

I dont even want to argue this... lol... I cant stand her... so by all means... make it unfair and let her get her ass kicked...

How is it unfair? They'll have security in the normal prison to stop any big uprisings. It would be her own fault if she got her ass kicked, and maybe it would actually teach her a lesson.

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Hey don't even make her serve jail time. Hell, TO HELL with all laws. If 12 Million illegal aliens can have a magic wand waved and be granted amnesty then that's the point of rules. I'm moving to Germany, getting a job there and living off their fat state-backed social system regardless of whether I'm eligible or not - because it's my right - how dare the Germans have rules?????

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