Nicole Richie released after 82 MINUTE sentence

Jerry1

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#1
First Paris....now this????

LOS ANGELES - Nicole Richie was released from jail Thursday after serving 82 minutes of a four-day sentence for driving under the influence of drugs.

The reality show star, who checked into a women's jail at 3:15 p.m., was released at 4:37 p.m. "based on her sentence and federal guidelines," Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Maribel Rizo said without elaborating.

Under a federal court mandate to manage jail overcrowding, arrestees sentenced to 30 days or less for a nonviolent offense are usually released within 12 hours, the sheriff's department said in a statement.

Under the guidelines, Richie was "treated in the same manner as other inmates with a similar sentence," the statement said.

Richie, 25, was originally sentenced to 96 hours in jail, but that was reduced to 90 hours because of time served when she was arrested.

Richie arrived at jail with her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley and her boyfriend, Good Charlotte singer Joel Madden. Her time at the Century Regional Detention Facility was spent getting booked, including taking a mugshot and submitting her fingerprints, Holley said.

She didn't reach her jail cell.

"She was really treated like any other inmate," Holley said. "I think every inmate in her position, with that type of charge, would have been treated as she was."

Just hours before Richie did her time, Lindsay Lohan was charged with seven misdemeanor drunken-driving and cocaine charges for two arrests in the last four months. Attorney Blair Berk arranged a plea bargain and Lohan was sentenced to one day in jail, 10 days of community service and must complete a drug treatment program. She was also fined and placed on 36 months probation.

Richie served her 82 minutes at the county jail in suburban Lynwood, the same place her "The Simple Life" co-star Paris Hilton was housed for nearly three weeks after she was convicted of driving on a suspended license while on probation for an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

Richie was arrested on Dec. 11, 2006, after witnesses reported seeing her black Mercedes-Benz sport utility vehicle headed the wrong way on a freeway in Burbank. The California Highway Patrol said they found her parked in the car pool lane.

Richie pleaded guilty in July to a misdemeanor DUI charge in a deal with prosecutors that helped her avoid a potential year in jail because it was a second driving-under-the-influence conviction.

Her first conviction was in 2003 for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Richie, the daughter of Lionel Richie, told authorities after being arrested in December that she had smoked marijuana and taken the prescription painkiller Vicodin, a CHP officer said at the time. No drugs were found on her or in her car.
http://omg.yahoo.com/nicole-richie-quickly-sprung-from-jail/news/1935
 

Southtown

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#2
I wonder would any of us only have to spend 82 minutes if we committed the same crime as Miss Richie.

But thats still not as bad as Lohan. How could she get pooped for a second DUI and coke and only get what she got. What a crock of shit that is.
 

Simby19

I want to have L'il Jimmy's babies
#3
Check out the mugshot:




She fucking knew she was peacing out of there in no time. She was already sucking Joel's dick in her head.
 

d0uche_n0zzle

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#5
How soon till she has a spontaneous abortion and bleeds to death?
 

MAV

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#6
Under the guidelines, Richie was "treated in the same manner as other inmates with a similar sentence," the statement said.
wait, how many other criminals get an 82 minute sentence in jail?
 

Kris_LTRMa

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#7
wait, how many other criminals get an 82 minute sentence in jail?
Ummm...About 5 years ago, I caught my then boyfriend getting a blow job from some skank he worked with. I was so pissed off I went outside and kicked his car causing about $600 damage (it was a piece of shit Mustang that he didn't take care of but it was a hard to match color or some crap). It was either that or throw her down the stairs & cut his dick off so I opted for the lesser of two evils ;)

Anyway, I spent 2 days in jail, was given 5 years probation and had to pay to have the car fixed. SOB never even fixed the car - just pocketed the cash sold it two months later.
 

MAV

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#8
yea, but that was 2 days. not 82 minutes though.
 
#9
Since there seems to be so much overcrowded prsions whenever a celeb gets busted...that is the place to do bad things I guess..
 

Kris_LTRMa

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#10
yea, but that was 2 days. not 82 minutes though.
I know, Mav - the point I was trying to make was that for "criminal mischief", I received a harsher sentence the Richie did for driving under the influence of drugs. Not to mention that I'd never been in any kind of trouble before & this was Richie's second arrest, the first for driving under the influence of alcohol.
 
#11
Ummm...About 5 years ago, I caught my then boyfriend getting a blow job from some skank he worked with. I was so pissed off I went outside and kicked his car causing about $600 damage (it was a piece of shit Mustang that he didn't take care of but it was a hard to match color or some crap). It was either that or throw her down the stairs & cut his dick off so I opted for the lesser of two evils ;)

Anyway, I spent 2 days in jail, was given 5 years probation and had to pay to have the car fixed. SOB never even fixed the car - just pocketed the cash sold it two months later.
That's a crock of shit if I ever heard one. That's a monstrous penalty for $600 in damage. To be a celebrity, eh?
 

MAV

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#12
I know, Mav - the point I was trying to make was that for "criminal mischief", I received a harsher sentence the Richie did for driving under the influence of drugs. Not to mention that I'd never been in any kind of trouble before & this was Richie's second arrest, the first for driving under the influence of alcohol.
gotcha, now i understand where you were comin from ;)
 
#13
I don't get why the press pays attention to this girl, she's fuckin ugly.
drink drink drink
run into a tree , I could'nt give a shit
 

Kris_LTRMa

LoseTheRadio.net's Ma
#14
That's a crock of shit if I ever heard one. That's a monstrous penalty for $600 in damage. To be a celebrity, eh?
Tell me about it - The D.A. wanted to charge me with a felony (whatever the lowest felony is) but that would have resulted in my immediate dismissal from work. The best my attorney could do was a B misdemeanor. To add insult to injury, my attorney said that my working in the court system actually worked against me instead of for me. Something about not wanting to appear to be showing favoritism to court workers or some bullcrap like that.

Oh, I also had to take anger management classes because apparently I had "issues". Noncompliance of any of the requirements would have resulted in revocation of probation and 5 years in jail. I kid you not.
 
#15
Law-abiding drivers spend more time than that at the DMV renewing their licenses. Ironic.
 
#16
I don't get why the press pays attention to this girl, she's fuckin ugly.
drink drink drink
run into a tree , I could'nt give a shit
So if she was better looking she should be paid attention 2?
 

HummerTuesdays

Another girrrrl!!!
#17
I think I'm going to institute the "Nicole Richie" rule at work. I shut my office door & I am not to be disturbed for 82 minutes. I might actually get some work done.
 
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