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Lindsay Lohan: Actress appears in court; trial delayed
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge has delayed Lindsay Lohan's trial on three misdemeanor counts filed after a June car crash.
Miss Lohan appeared in court wearing a black dress and spoke only to confirm that she was changing her attorney.
Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner shook her head when she saw Miss Lohan in her courtroom less than a year after warning the actress to stay out of trouble.
Judge Sautner set a March 18 trial date and a March 1 hearing that Miss Lohan is not required to attend.
Judge Sautner previously sentenced Miss Lohan to jail and house arrest in another case.
However, Judge Sautner is retiring soon, and another judge will hear the upcoming trial and any related motions.
Miss Lohan has pleaded not guilty to lying to police, reckless driving and obstructing officers from performing their duties.
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