Lindsay Lohan’s legal troubles will, once again, be on full display as her lawyer gears up for a pre-trial hearing scheduled for tomorrow.
This latest trip to court stems from a misdemeanor charge of lying to police after Lindsay allegedly crashed on the Pacific Coast Highway in June and told cops she wasn’t driving. That charge, in turn, triggered a probation violation in her jewelry heist case.
Lohan’s newly hired attorney, Mark Heller reportedly plans to offer Lindsay, who has battled numerous legal issues for years, as an inspirational speaker to schools, hospitals and other groups as one part of an extensive plea deal aimed at keeping her out of jail.
If agreed upon, Lohan will reportedly be sentenced to rehab, community service and intense therapy as well as regular screenings in addition to her work as an inspirational speaker.
Prosecutors in both cases must agree to terms of the plea deal in order for a judge to accept it. If all parties do not agree, the case will go to trial, which is tentatively set for March 18.
We’ll bring you the very latest from inside tomorrow's hearing and for complete coverage tune into Jane Velez-Mitchell weeknights at 7pm on HLN.
Does Lindsay deserve another chance?