With new rules, judge sets path for Lindsay Lohan

Holley credited doctors and staff at UCLA for taking a fresh look at Lohan’s issues.

Despite ordering an intense regimen of counseling and therapy, Fox gave Lohan some incentives to succeed. He dismissed two drug counts to which the actress pleaded guilty in 2007.

He also said Lohan will be taken off supervised probation in November, which would give her more freedom to travel, and reduce court and media scrutiny for her off-screen actions.


Associated Press video journalist John Mone contributed to this report.

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