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Judge Keith Schwartz told Lindsay Lohan that he expects her to serve jail time if she cops a plea deal, but did not specify how much time behind bars.
Lohan showed up in court in a super low-cut black blouse and slacks for her hearing on allegations that she stole a necklace from a Venice, Calif. jewelry store. She pled not guilty. "Again, there is going to be jail time in this case -- the issue is what it is," the judge said point blank.
Judge Schwartz requested that, if the case settles in his courtroom, Lindsay undergo psychological counseling, and that she get a sponsor to help her cope with her addiction. He ordered that she have a "reasonable sponsor unrelated" to her so that she has someone "not moved" by seeing anything other than the actress/socialite succeed. "I want you to get on with your life," he told her.
Lindsay and her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley are due back in court on March 10 at 8:30 a.m. PT.