This is probably for the best, because it would've put her on a three-year probation, and staying out of trouble for three years, for her, is probably a fate worse than death.
Lindsay met with her lawyer, Shawn Holley on Tuesday. Her felony grand theft case will now be handled by Judge Stephanie Saunter, and Lohan is pretty confident about her innocence. A preliminary hearing is set for April 22nd, so Lindsay has a few weeks to get the Juvederm ready and find a skin-tight dress.
If Judge Saunter decides that Lindsay has violated her current probation, she could face jail time. If convicted of grand theft, Lohan will face prison. TMZ says Lohan could get off scot-free if the judge decides not to rule on the probation violation until a verdict is reached in the grand theft case.
I know she's been in her share of trouble, but the vision of Lindsay clanking an empty can on steel bars while playing a harmonica in a lonely cell does make me a little sad. Then giggly, then back to a little sad.