Paris' Trouble Timeline
Here is a chronology of events since Paris Hilton's arrest last year.
Sept. 7: Officers arrest Paris Hilton in Hollywood for investigation of driving under the influence after she was spotted "driving erratically."
Sept. 26: Hilton is charged with misdemeanor driving under the influence.
Jan. 9: Hilton's lawyers enter not guilty pleas on her behalf to one count each of driving under the influence and driving with a blood-alcohol level of .08 or above.
Jan. 15: Hilton is pulled over by California Highway Patrol and informed that her license is suspended. She signs a document acknowledging she is not to drive.
Jan. 22: Hilton pleads no contest to a reduced charge of alcohol-related reckless driving. She is placed on three years probation, ordered to enroll in alcohol education and pay $1,500 in fines.
Feb. 27: Hilton is ticketed for misdemeanor driving with a suspended license. A copy of the document signed Jan. 15 is found in her glove compartment.
March 29: The city attorney's office says it will ask a judge to revoke Hilton's probation.
May 3: Prosecutors recommend Hilton serve 45 days in jail for a probation violation.
May 4: Judge Michael Sauer sentences Hilton to 45 days in jail.
May 6: Publicist Elliot Mintz says he and Hilton have parted ways over an apparent “misunderstanding she received from me regarding the terms of her probation."
May 8: Hilton rehires Mintz.
May 9: Hilton hires a new attorney, Richard A. Hutton, who specializes in DUI cases.
May 14: Psychiatrist Charles Sophy says in court documents that Hilton is "distraught and traumatized as a consequence of the findings at the May 4 hearing ... and her fear of incarceration."
May 16: Sheriff's officials say Hilton will serve 23 days in a special unit away from the general population.
May 17: Hilton drops an appeal of her jail sentence.
June 3: Hilton reports to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood after attending the MTV Movie Awards and saying she's ready to serve her sentence.
June 4: Hilton's attorney says his client is doing well under the circumstances.
June 7: Hilton is released from jail because of an undisclosed medical problem and is ordered serve the rest of her sentence in home confinement.