Tending to her ongoing legal proceedings, Lindsay Lohan turned up at the Los Angeles courthouse to face the judge on Friday morning (April 22).
The "Mean Girls" starlet met up with her faithful and always-busy lawyer Shawn Holley for a scheduled preliminary trial hearing in regards to accusations of grand theft and a resulting probation violation.
With the case being passed on to Judge Sautner, Lohan's court date came about after she refused to make a plea deal while fighting claims that she stole a $2500 necklace from Kamofie & Company jewelry store.
In a victory for the actress, the judge has done as expected and reduced the theft count from a felony to a misdemeanor following the lengthy 4 hour hearing.
On the downside, Judge Sautner did end up declaring the 24-year-old in violation of probation - then sentencing Lohan to four months in jail and 480 hours of community service.
Lindsay proceeded from the courthouse to be booked in the Lynwood Jail while granted the ability to post $75,000 bond pending appeal. Meanwhile, her trail for the jewelry theft charge is set to begin on May 11th.