Lindsay Lohan is back in court today

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editor - February 24, 2011

Lindsay Lohan will be back in a courtroom this morning (for now on just assume she's in court unless otherwise noted), at 8:30am pct, to determine if her felony theft case will go to trial. Her attorney has said that Lindsay would accept a plea deal if it would keep her out of jail. Unfortunately…

The judge who will determine Lindsay Lohan's fate in the probation and grand theft cases will be the middleman in plea negotiations today between Lindsay and the prosecutor ... And the judge thinks Lindsay should do time.
Judge Schwartz will propose that Lindsay accept jail time for the probation violation and three years felony probation for the grand theft case.

What this means is that Lindsay will probably not accept a deal and take this to trial. And then get even more jail time because that bitch did it. Her only hope is to go into a computer like Tron and somehow erase all the evidence.

TYPICAL UPDATE: it is now 8:32am pct, and Lindsay is officially late.

FASHION UPDATE: so Lindsay arrived, just about 3 minutes late, and apparently she learned her lesson because she's wearing a much more conservative outfit this time. Or maybe she just wanted pockets so she could take some stuff.

DISAPPOINTING UPDATE: and now we're done. Due to some confusion about whether all evidence had been turned over, todays ruling was postponed until April 10th. Basically nothing happened except that Lindsay smirked a lot, sounded like she drank a glass of cigarettes for breakfast, and some jewelry store somewhere looked at the big necklace she was wearing and yelled, "...hey... is that? Aww what the fuck!"

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