Here's the deal:
If you missed Lindsay Lohan's hearing this morning, you missed Judge Keith Schwartz laying down the law for LiLo clear as crystal - if she is sentenced in his court, she's going to jail.
We've come to find out that part of the offer Deputy D.A. Danette Meyers made to Lindsay's lawyer in chambers this morning was six month in prison. The thing is, LiLo is up on two offenses: grand theft and a probation violation. Should she plead not guilty during her preliminary hearing on March 10th to the theft charge, Judge Schwartz has the option of throwing her in jail while she awaits trial, on the grounds that she is still in violation of her probation.
Now, seeing that there maybe enough evidence to convict Lindsay, her lawyer might want to avoid this in an effort to ultimately avoid a much longer stretch of prison time than 6 months. Therefore, it is very likely that LiLo will plead guilty or no contest and implore the judge to lesson the six months sentence.
And we think she's hoping in vain. From what we heard from him this morning, the judge is ready to prosecute her to the full extent of his authority. He doesn't care that she's Lindsay Lohan. He's got a good rep in this town and he's sticking to his guns.
But maybe her fourth time will be the charm? Maybe?!
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