DENVER, Colo. - If you have ever been caught up in the California legal system, you will find that they are far behind the times in updating their information systems. These people are totally incompenate and lie between their teeth when they are wrong. The California legal departments attitude is always blame the other guy, even when they break into your house illegally -- taking lives and property. In was not that long ago, when the FBI took over the Police Deparmtnet in Hollywood 's West divison, because the cops were stealing. So when it comes to the Los Angeles Policeand the Judges that ran this corrupt place -- their best defense for causing hell -- is blame the other guy. So Lindsay darling. -- You are it!! Even thought you were right and obeyed their stupid little rules. You are still guilty, no matter what. So if your were arrested and tossed into jail, but later they find that you were not wanted and a mistake had been made -- it doesn't matter. The judicial system in Los Angeles County sucks and needs to be destroyed. - KHS
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Lindsay Lohan 's next appearance won't be in jail garb.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Monday quashed an arrest warrant for the 22-year-old " Mean Girls " star.
Judge Marsha N. Revel told Lohan's attorney that the actress has been complying with the terms of her probation but needs to show her treatment program better documentation to avoid future court problems. The judge also noted that Lohan has not failed any drug or alcohol tests.
The warrant was issued on Friday for Lohan's arrest, although the actress' attorney says it stems from a misunderstanding.
Lohan pleaded guilty in August 2007 to two misdemeanor counts of being under the influence of cocaine; no contest to two counts of driving with a blood-alcohol level above 0.08 percent and one count of reckless driving .
Lohan spent 84 minutes in jail and had to perform community service and undergo drug-rehabilitation treatment.