By Jen Heger
Radar Legal Editor
Is it one rule for troubled actress Lindsay Lohan and another for all others?
That’s the question that has to be asked with the … READ MORE
Lindsay Lohan never had any intention of agreeing to a plea deal and accepting guilt for allegedly stealing a $2,500 necklace from a Venice Beach jewelers, … READ MORE
Lindsay Lohan‘s attorney has formally notified Judge Keith Schwartz that she won’t be taking the plea deal that would have included jail tim… READ MORE
Judge Keith Schwartz has offered Lindsay Lohan 60-90 days in jail if the troubled actress pleads guilty to grand theft – but, Lohan is still balking a… READ MORE
Lindsay Lohan‘s first post-rehab film producer and self-proclaimed “legal consultant” are stirring up new drama in the jewelry hei… READ MORE
UPDATE: 9:22 a.m. PT - The hearing is now over.
9:20 a.m. PT – The judge asked all parties in the case to keep details of the case confidential, and cited
Lindsay Lohan caught a break — sort of.
During a short court hearing on Thursday morning, Los Angeles Judge Keith Schwartz gave the troubled actress … READ MORE
If Lindsay Lohan does agree to do an open plea in Judge Keith Schwartz‘s courtroom on March 25, he will have new evidence in the case that Lohan’… READ MORE
Time is running out for Lindsay Lohan — despite reports to the contrary.
The Mean Girls star, 24, will NOT be granted a last-minute continuance to all… READ MORE
Lindsay Lohan‘s legal eagle, Shawn Holley, is meeting with Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Keith Schwartz‘s chambers at the LAX Airport Co… READ MORE
Lindsay Lohan‘s lawyer Shawn Holley still believes she now has a better chance for getting Lindsay an even shorter sentence in jail for her alleged p… READ MORE
There’s never a dull moment in the world of celebrities, scandal and controversy and what better way to see what happened this week in Tinseltown than throu… READ MORE
The Los Angeles District Attorney’s office believe they have a solid case against Lindsay Lohan if she does decide not to plea and instead to go to trial to an… READ MORE