plead guilty for misdemeanor drug possession and obstructing an officer in order to avoid a felony cocaine rapport, gets her a suspended jail sentence.

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Paris Hilton admited she was guilty in order to avoid prison

by Dan
September 18, 2010 at 9:33 am

Paris Hilton’s acceptance to plead guilty for misdemeanor drug possession and obstructing an officer in order to avoid a felony cocaine rapport, gets her a suspended jail sentence.

Clark County District Attorney David Roger said on Friday that Paris Hilton will enter her guilty plea, Monday, and be sentenced to a year of probation.

The plea agreement also entails that she complete a drug abuse program, pay a $2,000 fine and serve 200 hours of community service.

“Defendant agrees that an arrest for any charge, excluding minor traffic violations for which a citation is issued, shall result in the immediate termination of her probation and the execution of the suspended sentences,” the deal states.

Clark County D.A. David Roger said, “We fashioned a resolution which would give us complete control over her future. If she does not toe the line and stay out of trouble she will do one year in the Clark County Detention Center.”

“There are strict limits on her future conduct. We will not have to litigate whether she was convicted or if the charge was a major or minor offense.”

Now, just imagine Paris planting flowers on the sidewalks or somewhere, in counterweight of those 200 hours of community service. Wouldn’t that be a view!?

Book me a place in the first row! Bring the popcorn!! Alright, alright, I was being mean, but hey, it wasn’t me – charged with felony – saying the purse isn’t mine.

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