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Lindsay Lohan Prosecutors 'Absolutely Confident' They Can Prove She Is Habitual Liar

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Dec. 14 2012, Published 11:00 a.m. ET

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By Jen Heger - Assistant Managing Editor

The prosecutors handling Lindsay Lohan's upcoming probation violation hearing are confident that there is more than enough evidence to prove that the embattled actress is a habitual liar, and will implore Commissioner Jane Godfrey to send her back to jail, a source close to the situation tells exclusively.

"Prosecutors are going after Lindsay with a vengeance because of her flagrant disregard for the law," the source says. "The LA City Attorney's office will present evidence to Commissioner Jane Godfrey that Lindsay has a long storied history of lying to cops. Prosecutors want Commissioner Godfrey to sentence Lindsay to 245 days behind bars for the probation violation."

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As previously reported, Lindsay's probation was formally revoked Wednesday morning, but her lawyer, Shawn Holley postponed the starlet's arraignment on three new charges of lying to the cops stemming from a car accident in Santa Monica, Calif. last summer.

Godfrey formally set Lohan's new arraignment date to January 15, and Lindsay is required to be in court. At that time, a date will formally be set for Lohan's probation violation hearing.

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