LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||14/JUN/2007 12:47 PM|
|Assunto:||Tradução - Urgente|
Caros colegas e amigos:
Ficaria grandemente agradecido se vocês conseguissem traduzir um trecho de uma revista para mim:
Paris Hilton Out of Jail Medical Ward
A judge sent Hilton to the downtown correctional treatment center last week after her brief release to home confinement caused an uproar. The 26-year-old socialite and reality TV star had spent just three days behind bars before sheriff's officials moved Hilton to her home for an undisclosed medical condition.
Around 11 p.m. Wednesday, Hilton was returned to the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood, the women's prison where she had started out, Lt. Daryl Meeks told The Associated Press.
Meeks wouldn't say where in that facility Hilton was housed. When she began her 45-day sentence on June 3, she was confined to a solitary cell in a special needs unit away from the other 2,200 inmates.
The Sheriff's Department called a press conference for Thursday morning.
When Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer sentenced Hilton last month, he ruled she wouldn't be allowed any work release, furloughs or use of an alternative jail or electronic monitoring in lieu of jail.
The judge gave no explanation Friday of his ruling to send her back to jail, but his comments throughout the hearing showed he was unhappy with Sheriff Lee Baca's decision to set aside his instructions and release Hilton to her Hollywood Hills home.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has launched an investigation into whether Hilton had received special treatment because of her wealth and fame.
Attorneys who have handled similar cases have said Hilton's treatment was neither special or unusual. The Los Angeles County jail system is so overcrowded that thousands of prisoners have been released early, many serving only 10 percent of their sentences for nonviolent crimes.
In Hilton's case, though, the sheriff's decision was based on a medical condition.
Baca said he had learned from one of Hilton's doctors that she wasn't taking a certain medication while in custody, and that her "inexplicable deterioration" puzzled county psychiatrists.
Hilton's path to jail began Sept. 7, when she failed a sobriety test after police saw her weaving down a street in her Mercedes-Benz. She pleaded no contest to reckless driving and was sentenced to 36 months' probation.
In the months that followed she was stopped twice by officers who discovered her driving on a suspended license. The second stop landed her in Sauer's courtroom, where he sentenced her to jail.
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