Lindsay Lohan is set to see her judge today (right now) for violating her probation and to see if she will serve any jail time…she will not fight the jail time but may ask for less jail time!
Lindsay Lohan knows she’s getting jail time when she faces Judge Stephanie Sautner later this morning … but she’s dreaming if she really thinks she’ll only get 2 weeks.
We broke the story …. Lindsay will concede she violated probation by getting kicked out of the Downtown Women’s Center. As a result, there will NOT be a formal hearing with witnesses and all, but our sources say Shawn Holley will present a list of reasons why the judge should show Lindsay mercy. We’re told Holley will focus on Lindsay’s therapist, who believes LiLo has made progress. And, ironically, Holley will present evidence from the Downtown Women’s Center as well.
As for Lindsay’s sentence, we’re told the judge has not communicated it to either Holley or the prosecutors. Whatever sentence Lindsay gets, the Sheriff’s Dept. tells us Lindsay will serve only 20% … and that’s exactly what every non-felon in L.A. County Jail serves.
Sheriff’s officials also tell us Lindsay will not be placed in the general population for security reasons. She’ll get her own cell.
Although it’s a virtual certainty the judge will sentence Lindsay to jail, it’s possible she’ll give LiLo time to get her affairs in order — anywhere from 24 hours to a week, before she has to surrender and begin serving her sentence.
Lindsay got 30 days in jail in which she will only serve maybe 6Â daysÂ or 20% of the 30 days, Lindsay did not contest that, but if she violates anything she will serve an additional 200 days!
According to TMZ,
Lindsay Lohan will serve 30 days in jail, and the judge is holding her on a tight leash to make sure she completes her probation.
Lindsay admitted she violated her probation by not attending therapy sessions as required by the court and by getting kicked out of the Downtown Women’s Center.
The judge now says ALL of Lindsay’s community service must now be served at the L.A. County Morgue.Â And the judge gave Lindsay a tight structure on how she must complete the rest of her probation, and if she doesn’t the judge will put a warrant out for her arrest and sentence her to an additional 270 days in jail.
As for the 30 days Lindsay is getting now — the judge made it clear … NO HOUSE ARREST.
The Sheriff’s Dept. tells us Lindsay will serve 20% of the 30 days — 6 days in jail.
Judge Stephanie Sautner gave Lindsay a strict schedule on completing the rest of her probation — by December 14, she must have completed 12 days at the morge and 4 psychotherapy sessions.Â By January 17, another 12 days at morgue and 4 psychotherapy sessions.Â And so on.Â Everything must be completed by March 29 — or she goes directly to jail for 270 days.
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