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UPDATE: Judge overturns Lindsay Lohan ruling, Lohan to be given bail

September 24, 2010 by  

45297, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - Wednesday September 22nd, 2010. Lindsay Lohan, who will be in court Friday for alleged failed drug tests, leaves a friend's house in West Hollywood holding onto a long white object and a pack of Parliament cigarettes. Photograph:  David Tonnessen, PacificCoastNews.com

In a shocking surprise and turn of events where most media were reporting that due to overcrowding, that Lindsay Lohan wouldn’t serve any time and be put on bail, this was not the case. The judge has denied bail and Lindsay Lohan will be held in jail until October 22nd.

Media reports are saying that Lindsay Lohan (and her lawyer) were not expecting this outcome (especially after all the media reports indicated that because it was a misdemeanor charge, there has to be bail given) and were shocked.

UPDATE: Looks like there is no early release for Lindsay Lohan. L.A. Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said, “Ms. Lohan cannot be released early because this isn’t a jail sentence. She’s being held by court order until her hearing on Oct. 22. She will be held in the same conditions as her last stay, in a keep-away unit.”

UPDATE: Lohan’s attorney may be leaving soon.  Her attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, filed an appeal, arguing that Lohan was unlawfully denied bail for her misdemeanor case.   Appelate Judge Patricia Schnegg agreed and granting writ of habeas corpus (release of an inmate due to unlawful detention).  Bail has been set at $300,000.




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