Lindsay Lohan's Fate Now Being Decided By District Attorney

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Jan. 6 2011, Updated 7:55 a.m. ET

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The Palm Desert Police Department has turned over its case against Lindsay Lohan to the Riverside County District Attorney, RadarOnline.com has confirmed.

A spokesperson for the D.A. said the office has received “most of the file and have started our review” to decide if the 24-year-old actress should be charged and face possible jailtime.

“There is no timeline as to when it will be complete,” the spokesperson added.

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“We are still waiting on some supplemental materials from the Palm Desert Police Department.”

As RadarOnline.com first reported, the case could hit a hurdle with the fired Betty Ford worker, who claimed Lohan was drinking before she threw a phone at her, declaring she will not cooperate.

Dawn Holland, who worked as a chemical dependency technician until she was fired for breaching Lohan’s medical confidentiality, said in a statement: “The recent reports of criminality and probation violations are much adieu (sic) about nothing”.

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