Skip to comments.Lindsay Lohan Released on Bail From Los Angeles County Jail
Posted on 04/23/2011 12:03:53 PM PDT by ColdOne
The day unfolded all too familiarly for Lindsay Lohan: a court hearing, a jail sentence, a quick release.
The starlet appeared before a judge Friday for the fourth time in nearly a year and was sentenced to 120 days for violating her probation by taking a designer necklace.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner said she thought the actress had intentionally taken the $2,500 necklace from an upscale Venice store and shown poor judgment in not trying to return it until police became involved.
The judge reduced the actress' charge from felony grand theft to a misdemeanor and imposed the 120-day sentence.
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Close all the bars, dance halls, and McDonalds’. We don’t want no trouble. Apart from that, whoop.
I wonder who posted her $75k bail as I suspect Lohan is flat broke.
This kind of behavior is what’ll keep her out of MIT.
All the dykes at the county jail want to do her...sucks to be them.
Well, she’s become the poster girl for young Hollywood out of control, hasn’t she?
She was cute as a teen but turned into revolting adult whose antics are boring at this point. Same with Britney et al.
She’ll be found at room temperature sometime in the future, just may take a while longer is all.
In any event, the chances of winning on appeal for a probation violation are virtually non-existent. It is incredibly rare. And, the burden of proof in a hearing for a probation violation is not "beyond reasonable doubt", but is rather a preponderance of the evidence. So, she could beat the misdemeanor rap, and it would have no legal impact on the probation violation hearing.
She is eventually going to do that PV time, or at least whatever the overcrowding situation allows for.
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