Although she caught a break earlier today, Lindsay Lohan’s days in front of a judge are far from over.

Judge Keith Schwartz has given the 24-year-old starlet two weeks to accept his plea deal and has scheduled two very important dates that will determine the outcome of the case.

Lindsay will make her return to Schwartz’ courtroom on March 23rd if she chooses to plead guilty to the grand theft charge, which according to the proposed plea deal, will result in jail time for the young Hollywood actress.

However, if she chooses to forgo the plea bargain agreement, Lindsay will appear back in court on April 22 at 9 a.m., where a preliminary hearing will be set in front of a new judge, Judge Stephanie Sautner.

Lohan has been adamantly steadfast in  her rejection of  any plea offer which requires jail time, and believes in her case “justice will prevail.”

Justice always prevails Lindsay. Just ask Wesley Snipes

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