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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Stephanie Sautner
A judge who has sentenced Lindsay Lohan to jail before will conduct her first hearing Wednesday on new misdemeanor charges of lying to authorities and reckless driving against the trouble-prone actress.
Lindsay Lohan arrived in court Wednesday for a hearing involving misdemeanor charges of lying to authorities and reckless driving in a crash last summer along Pacific Coast Highway.
Lindsay Lohan briefly appeared in court Wednesday for the first time in nearly a year and left with a new attorney, new trial date and new judge.
A California judge has delayed Lindsay Lohan's trial on three misdemeanor counts filed after a June car crash.
A judge ended Lindsay Lohan's supervised probation on Thursday, giving the actress her freedom after nearly two years of constant court hearings and threats of jail.
Lindsay Lohan returns to court Thursday for a hearing that could give the actress back something she hasn't had for nearly two years: true freedom.
Lindsay Lohan arrived Thursday at a Los Angeles courthouse to await a hearing that could give her something she hasn't had for nearly two years: true freedom.
Lindsay Lohan's days as a criminal defendant could be over _ if she can behave herself.
Lindsay Lohan drew praise Wednesday from a judge who said the actress was one court hearing away from putting a long-running drunken driving case behind her.
Lindsay Lohan drew praise Wednesday from a judge who said the actress was one court hearing away from putting a long-running drunken-driving case behind her.
Lindsay Lohan received her second favorable probation report in a row and a judge told the actress that she appears to be on track to complete a strict program by the end of March.
Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry collection fetched a record-setting $115 million — including more than $11.8 million for a pearl necklace and more than $8.8 million for a diamond ring given to her by Richard Burton — at an auction of gems and other memorabilia amassed by the late actress.
Lindsay Lohan is due in court Wednesday to give a judge her first progress update under strict new probation requirements intended to keep close tabs on the troubled actress.
A judge offered Lindsay Lohan something Wednesday that she hadn't heard from a court in nearly two years: Praise.
A judge sentenced Lindsay Lohan on Wednesday to 30 days in jail and warned the actress there would be plenty more time behind bars if she violated further court orders.
Sautner said during an April 22 hearing that she thought Lohan's actions were brazen, but that she did not think the case warranted a felony prosecution because many other cases involving more serious allegations are reduced to misdemeanors.