A jury has convicted a man of trying to burglarize Paris Hilton's home last year.
District Attorney's spokeswoman Jane Robison says jurors deliberated for less than an hour Friday before convicting Nathan Parada of first-degree residential burglary for trying to break into the hotel heiress' home last August.
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Hilton testified this week about she and her boyfriend being awoken after Parada banged on one of the house's windows with the butt of a knife.
A defense attorney told jurors that Parada had left a halfway house days earlier and had not taken his antidepressant medication for several days.
Parada faces up to three years in prison when sentenced.
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