Lohan arrives, lawyers confer with judge on case

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Lohan’s return to acting last year in the Lifetime movie “Liz & Dick” was widely panned by critics and viewers. Her upcoming film by Bret Easton Ellis, “The Canyons,” co-starring porn star James Deen, is yet to be released.

A law firm in Orange County, Calif., was waiting in the wings to assist Heller if necessary in Lohan’s case. Heller has sought a delay in the trial, but was rebuked last year by Superior Court Judge James R. Dabney, who said Lohan’s misdemeanor case should be resolved quickly.

Attorney Paul Wallin wrote in an email last week that he and other lawyers from his firm will be available to assist if necessary. He wrote that Lohan would have to approve their involvement in the case, but Wallin’s firm had not formally signed on to the case as of Friday afternoon.

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AP Entertainment Writer Anthony McCartney contributed to this report.

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