Los Angeles Couty Superior Court

Lindsay Lohan Ordered Back To Court For Probation Hearing

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Lindsay Lohan has been ordered back to court for a progress hearing surrounding her probation.
The troubled actress returned to Los Angeles County Superior Court on Thursday morning (July 21 to face Judge Stephanie Saunter.

The 25 year old was complimented for the progress she’s making towards completing the 480 hours of community service Saunter imposed after she pleaded no contest to stealing a necklace from a Venice, California, jewellery store.

Lohan has 120 hours at the Los Angeles County morgue to serve after she completes 360 hours at a women’s centre.

She has been given a year to complete the community service.

Lohan was sentenced to serve 120 days behind bars after a judge found her guilty of violating probation. Due to jail overcrowding, the sentence was reduced to 35 days of home confinement.
The actress became a free woman on 29 June (11).
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