Lindsay Lohan facing 8 months in jail!

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According to TMZ, Lindsay Lohan’s probation will be revoked TOMORROW. Sources tell them she could be facing 245 days in jail!

Law enforcement sources connected with her most recent case tell TMZ … when Lindsay is arraigned Wednesday for allegedly lying to cops and reckless driving in connection with her car accident last June … the judge will revoke her probation in the jewelry heist case and set a date for a hearing to formally decide if Lindsay violated the terms of her probation by breaking the law again.

We’re told the hearing will be conducted at the same time Lindsay stands trial on the criminal charges.  And get this — even if Lindsay is found not guilty in the criminal case, the judge can still rule she violated her probation because the standard of proving a probation violation is significantly lower than proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

The stakes for Lindsay are high — up to 8 months in jail, and that doesn’t include jail time if she’s convicted in the car accident case.

Sources tell us … the L.A. City Attorney is “out for blood” and they will file papers Wednesday asking that Lindsay’s probation be revoked.  Fact is … the judge does it on her own … the prosecutors don’t even have to ask for it, but their voice will certainly be heard.

I think 245 days in jail is exactly what Lindsay needs, although I doubt it’s actually going to happen. She hasn’t learned her lesson yet (I’m convinced) because what consequences has she really had to deal with?? A couple slaps on the wrist! I’m sure her lawyer will get her off again. Too bad Lindsay’s broke, her lawyer deserves on helluva Christmas bonus.


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Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 at 2:14pm
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