As we reported yesterday, Lindsay Lohan‘s lawyer Shawn Chapmen Holley did meet with the Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers and Judge Keith Schwartz on Wednesday concerning Li.Lo’s plea bargain. The actress was all set to not accept any deal which involved jail time, which didn’t seem like such a good move considering the Judge guaranteed that any agreement would definitely involve time behind bars. Schwartz had also mentioned that if Li.Lo didn’t ask for the plea bargain by Thursday, then the case would be sent off to trial judge Stephanie Sautner. Racy stuff, this!
Apparently, no conclusive deal was struck between the three parties yesterday, as reported by TMZ! And Judge Schwartz is going to allow her more time to make a decision, and not be forced to tell him on Thursday! That’s the good news. The bad news is that the deal still involves jail time — something Lindz is desperate to avoid. Looks like she’s going to have to rethink denying the plea bargain, because even though it involves a sentencing, it still seems like her best option. This judge does not sound like he’s going to budge an inch.