celeb's need to do their time for their crime

Celebrities such as Paris Hilton should NOT be exempt from judicial standards that the rest of America must face. They should not be allowed to send a plea to the government asking for leniency, when the rest of America isn\'t able to do so easily. If you commit any crime, be it misdemeanor or felony, you should be held accountable. Instead, celebrities use their wealth and status to get off scott free, where anyone else would be paying fines and doing time. Please send a clear message, that celebrities should not only be held accountable for their actions, but as so-called role models to our children, should set better examples. Signing this petition says ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, celebrities should be treated by the judicial system the same way any citizen would be. No judicial perks!!! No get out of jail free cards!!!


I am a law abiding, tax paying citizen who is fed up with the judicial double standards ruling the average American and those who are rich and famous. Please help me send a message to our politicians that crimes and punishments should be the same for all, regardless of wealth or social status.


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    Mary A. Leech, United States

    8 years ago Comments: Especially if the crime involves drinking and driving.
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    anysia rios, United States

    8 years ago Comments: go to jail paris
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    JP Blackman, United States

    8 years ago Comments: Paris and other celebrities have had far too many errors in their judgment, yet are rarely penalized. If I were to behave in a similar fashion, as an average and ordinary citizen with a mundane life, I'd be punished to the fullest extent of the law. It is time that justice is done, and that celebrities, Miss Hilton included, do their time for their crime. And for the record Paris, you ARE being treated fairly, your punishment is what any average citizen would receive.
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