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EXCLUSIVE: Prosecutor Ramps Up Investigation Into Lindsay Lohan Alleged Probation Violation

May. 28 2010, Published 5:45 a.m. ET

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Danette Meyers, the deputy district attorney that is handling Lindsay Lohan's case, is ramping up her inquiry to determine if the actress has violated the terms of her probation.

Meyers is currently trying a death penalty murder case, and that case is expected to go to the jury next week, freeing her up to investigate Lohan.

Meyers tells RadarOnline.com, "I will be sending our investigators out into the field to talk to potential witnesses regarding Ms. Lohan's alleged probation violation.

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“As soon as I'm finished with this current death penalty trial, I will be focusing all of my efforts on Ms. Lohan's upcoming hearing."

Meyers is revered and feared among those opposing her because she is always so well prepared, and leaves nothing to chance.

Lohan met with her probation officer Thursday, and at anytime she can be called to submit to a random drug test, which will be done at least once a week, per Judge Marsha Revel.

"Once a person submits to a drug test, it only takes about one day to get a result," Meyers tells RadarOnline.com.

Lohan's probation violation hearing is scheduled for July 6th, and Meyers said it would most likely take a day.

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