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Lindsay Lohan Is Keeping Her Lawyer Because He’s The Absolute Bestest!

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We’re talking about Mark Heller, right?

The same Mark Heller who quoted Ben Affleck during a press conference after the most recent hearing?

The same Mark Heller who was described as incompetent by the judge on the case?

Okay, we just wanted to make sure we’re on the same page because we’re not soooo sure we’d think he’s totally freaking awesome if he were our lawyer.

But that’s not for us to decide because Lindsay Lohan is the one facing a possible stay in the Happiest Place on Earth jail.

And she not only plans to keep him as her lawyer, but she has his back while the media tears him apart as a source revealed LiLo's opinion about all this disses coming his way:

“It's all lies.”

Definitely sounds like LiLo isn’t going to take Judge James Dabney’s advice about getting a competent lawyer who can practice criminal law in California which means…

…our redheaded lady of trouble will be ordered to court to explain why she is waiving her right to a competent lawyer who knows what he’s doing!

That is, unless a plea deal is worked out.

Do YOU think LiLo will keep her lawyer if it means she has to make yet another court appearance??

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4 comments to “Lindsay Lohan Is Keeping Her Lawyer Because He’s The Absolute Bestest!”

  1. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    Bet she is paying him with 'Nature's Credit CARD'…she couldn't do that with her last (female) lawyer……….

  2. BobbieFisher2 says – reply to this


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    I think this means she will take a plea deal at the last minute (of course, nothing but last minute drama for Lucky Lohan). If she doesn stick with Heller-on-wheels, and does go to trial, and is thinking she'll skate - it wouldn't surprise me either. Dee-lusional is Lindsay's middle name. But on the other hand - it's quite possible that Heller could get her off the 3 counts of lying, obstruction and reckless driving - by claiming she had a concussion and couldn't think straight. Even though she did go back to work hours after the accident - he could bring in witnesses who said she couldn't remember her lines (they're probably easy to find since she never arrives on set knowing her lines, geez, the easiest part of being an actress eludes lying Lohan). So she could quite possibly walk out of that courtroom a free woman. Not violating probation, and no jail, no community service, no rehab, no nada. Free to terrorize the streets of LA and NY and the nightclubs again. I don't see anything stopping this idiot until she kills someone with her rented Porsche.



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    Re: BobbieFisher2 – She still has the probation violation to face as well, that will be prosecuted by the LA City Attorney, Santa Monica is the city who is prosecuting her for the traffic violations. I think she made a poor choice with this attorney, but it is her life.

  4. jdelaney says – reply to this


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    The L.A. city attorney refuses to accept any deal of less than 90 days in a locked rehabilitation facility, according to sources.
    City prosecutors who convicted her of theft from a Venice jeweler are not interested in a jail sentence because it could mean as few as eight to 10 days behind bars due to overcrowding, according to sources.
    Prosecutors are concerned that Lohan, 26, is a potential danger to the public and herself and believe they should curtail her behavior with effective treatment, say sources familiar with the prosecution.
    Lohan could plead no contest to the judge and throw herself at his mercy at sentencing, stepping around negotiations with prosecutors, according to one scenario. But that could be a risky proposition.

    Not only is it risky, but highly unlikely. There's no reason for the judge to be any less merciless than agreeing to 90 days in a rehabilitation facility.