The lawyers have agreed on the terms - now, they're just haggling on the price.
But considering Lindsay Lohan's luck these days, she really shouldn't worry.
Tomorrow, Linds will officially be sentenced for her probation violation and it's almost a certainty that she will be allowed to serve her 120-day sentence in the comfort of her own home. However, there seems to be some confusion over exactly how many days Lindsay will "serve" imprisoned in her house.
Now, if she was going to real jail, she would've only served about two weeks in the slammer. Here's the math: a 120-day sentence, minus time off for good behavior and an overcrowding discount, equals out to exactly 14 days to serve. As she isn't serving her sentence behind bars, L.A. County Spokesperson Steve Whitmore reveals that Lindsay won't get the same deal. Steven suggests that without being in jail, is most likely Lindsay will serve 84 days under house arrest…but the issue is still being debated.
We imagine her lawyer will fight to have the same rules apply to her client as they do to those who actually have to schlep off to jail, but if you ask us, we think she's getting easy enough as it is.
Besides, inviting everyone over for a "Come Look At My Ankle Monitor" party doesn't count as overcrowding.
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