Lindsay Lohan appears in court on time, awaits judge's decision
Lindsay Lohan arrived in an L.A. court on time for a hearing to determine whether she violated her probation last month. Sitting in the front row of the court room, the actress remained silent, while her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, and Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers discussed whether Lohan violated her probation after her alcohol monitoring bracelet went off at a party. The prosecutor will review the file from Lohan’s treatment facility, but the hearing may be delayed as Holley has requested time to call upon witnesses who can testify regarding the monitoring bracelet’s functionality.
UPDATE: According to the AP, Judge Marsha Revel said Lindsay Lohan’s alcohol monitoring bracelet going off last month will not be considered in her probation hearing. Though the bracelet read a 0.03 blood alcohol level, Lohan and her lawyer have denied any drinking. To determine whether Lohan will face jail time, the judge will instead look at the number of alcohol education courses that actress has completed.