Lindsay Escapes Jail Time, Charged With Misdemeanor

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Lindsay Escapes Jail Time, Charged With Misdemeanor
Lindsay Escapes Jail Time, Charged With Misdemeanor
Lindsay Escapes Jail Time, Charged With Misdemeanor
Lindsay Escapes Jail Time, Charged With Misdemeanor
Lindsay Escapes Jail Time, Charged With Misdemeanor
Lindsay Escapes Jail Time, Charged With Misdemeanor
Lindsay Escapes Jail Time, Charged With Misdemeanor
Lindsay Escapes Jail Time, Charged With Misdemeanor

Lindsay Lohan got lucky...again. Judge Stephanie Sautner just reduced her charge from a felony to a misdemeanor, which means she does not have to do any jail time.

She did however violate her probation by allegedly stealing the $2,500 necklace from Kamofie & Co, so she'll still have to stand trial for theft.  

The penalty will be determined after the verdict in the trial.

Here's the breakdown of what went down today in court:

  • Tinelli Comsooksri, an employee at Kamofie & Co.,  the L.A. jewelry store Lindsay allegedly stole from, was called to the witness stand. She said Lindsay tried on a pair of $1180 earrings days before the alleged robbery and almost accidentally left the store with one of the earrings on her ear. She returned it immediately and apologized for the mistake.
  • Kamofie & Co. owner, Sofia Kaman was just called to the stand. She says she had to close down Kamofie & Co. for 2-3 days because of the incident.
  • According to TMZ, Officer Peggy Thusing with the LAPD, Senior Officer for the Venice community just took the stand. Thusing says she received a call from Lindsay's assistant Elinore soon after the incident -- and Elinore said Lindsay was upset about Internet reports that she had stolen a necklace. He said he instructed Lindsay to return the necklace directly to her.
  • Detective Claudia Castruita, Det of Homicide Division LAPD, Pacific Division was also called to the stand.
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