If convicted of a low-grade felony, under
Nevada law, Hilton could be punished with a maximum of four years in
jail. However, such a sentence is not likely, says a former D.A.
“Although the law in Nevada does tend to be
more stringent than in California, in reality it is not likely Paris
will receive such a harsh sentence," former Los Angeles County Deputy
District Attorney, Robin Sax told Pop Tarts. “Usually 18 months after
one conviction, it gets dismissed. It is more likely that, if
convicted, Paris will be given probation which could involve substance
abuse class and treatment, and a $5000 fine. She may also still get
probation with a small amount of jail time, [like] 30 days.”
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