Lindsay Lohan's Lawyer Could Have Her Out of Rehab By September!

Mon, August 23, 2010 8:48am EDT by 7 Comments
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Lindsay Lohan’s lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley will appear in court on Wednesday to convince a judge to let her client leave court-mandated rehab two months early.

Judge Marsha Revel previously ordered Lindsay to get 90 days of treatment, but her doctors at UCLA medical center said she only needs 30 days of treatment, according to RadarOnline.

If Holley is successful on Wednesday Lindsay could be heading home to Long Island with her mom Dina within ten days of the hearing.

But is she ready?

One rehab official told RadarOnline.com that it is beyond rare for someone to be released from treatment early. And experts recently told us that is is totally irresponsible to let someone like Lindsay out of treatment early.

Lindsay’s attorney can also implore the court for other terms of the troubled starlet’s probation to be altered or terminated, including the random drug testing for a year, and the requirement that Lindsay abstain from alcohol.

What do you think? Should Lindsay just accept her sentence and try to get as much of our rehab as she can? Or is going home to be with friends and family the best thing for her now?

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LOUISE

Posted at 10:00 AM on August 23, 2010  

ON LINSLEY IF SHE STOOD IN THE JAIL AT LEAST 3 FULL MONTH’S SHE COULD AT LEAST SIT AND THINK OF ALL THE CRAP SHE IS DOING AND SHE CAN REALLY THINK DEEP AT WHAT AN IDIOT SHE IS –DRIVING HIGH SPEED AT 125 MILES FROM LA TO PALM SPPRINGS WITH HER 15 YEAR OLD SISTER.. “driving around 115 miles per hour coming back from Palm Springs at 2:30 in the morning” IS STUPIED!!—SHE INDANGERD SISTER–HERSELF AND OTHER PEOPLE ON THE ROAD AND HIGHWAY!!!–AGAIN, THE HELL WITH HER …THEY SHOULD HAVE KEPT HER IN JAIL-LONGER-JUDGE’S NOW DAY’S ARE TOO EASY ON PEOPLE ESPECIALLY ON MOVIE STAR’S –LINSLEY–GET YOUR HEAD STRAIGHT YOU ARE ACTING LIKE FOOL!!!

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dusty

Posted at 10:23 AM on August 23, 2010  

Are you having a stroke?

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foreva

Posted at 10:27 AM on August 23, 2010  

Are you talking about Coachella earlier this year?
Lindsay still can’t drive
The 1st DUI cost her at least 200k as she totalled her car.
As for the 2nd DUI she has paid her dues and had to attend a morgue, carry out community service etc
The D.A was only asking for 30 days in jail not 30 days on each count. Just 30 days for violating her probation on count 2 which is the 2nd dui as she had to enroll in a 2nd offender alcohol education program.
This Judge basically admitted during the hearing she was checking TMZ and Radar which is outrageous and not fair at all to the defendant.

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Michael

Posted at 9:30 AM on August 23, 2010  

Rehabilitation centers are not a prison and it would be a dangerous move if the courts ever started treating them as places of additional punishment and incarceration.I would think that doctors would also be concerned if the public started to view rehab as some form of punishment center. Don’t forget, many people enter rehabilitation voluntarily.

Rehabilitation is for making a person well again. It makes one wonder why if a persons medical well being is a priority, why their treatment is delayed by sending them to prison first?

It also seems to me that if a person continues to be incarcerated beyond what doctors reccomend, that person is likely to view the additional incarceration as “jail time”. This could well mean that the benefits of any additional rehabilitation might well be minimal or none existant due to a resentful frame of mind.

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LOUISE

Posted at 9:30 AM on August 23, 2010  

—–I THINK LINDSAY SHOULD HAVE SERVED LONGER IN JAIL….
SHE IS OLD ENOUGH TO KNOW RIGHT FROM WRONG—-SHE ACTS LIKE AN IDIOT—THERE IS NO LADY LIKE IN THAT LADY!!–SINCE SHE LOVES HER DRUG AND WILD TIMES…. ANOTHER INCIDENT? JUDGE’S PLEASE THROW THE BOOK AT HER NEXT TIME–WHEN A IDIOT ACTS LIKE LINSLEY —DRUG AND LIQUOR? HELL WITH HER!!

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realtime

Posted at 9:22 AM on August 23, 2010  

Not enough exclamation marks.

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foreva

Posted at 8:59 AM on August 23, 2010  

Finally justice will prevail.
Lindsay should NEVER have got the 90 days in rehab and that formal probation should be removed.
The DUIs were 3 years ago and she hasn’t commited any new crimes.
On July 6th the sentence that Judge handed out for a non violent misdemeanor probation violation was just so EXTRAORDINARY that even the prosecution were disgusted with her handling of the case and forced her to recuse herself.

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