Lindsay returns to learn whether a judge will agree with a prosecutor advocating that the actress be returned to jail for failing to complete a community service assignment at a woman's shelter.
A Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner sentenced Lindsay Lohan to thirty days in jail and warned the actress there would be plenty more time behind bars if she violated further Court orders.
Lohan must surrender by November ninth.
"The sentence I'm going to impose is known in our circle as putting the keys to the jail in the defendant’s hands," said Sautner.
In addition, Lohan will be required to perform all of her community service at the L.A. County Morgue and continue with her psycho therapy sessions.
Lohan must complete all of her obligations by March 29th of face serious consequences.
Lohan faces two separate DUI cases, one in Beverly Hills, and one in L.A. County with a total of three-hundred days in jail hanging over her head.
Sautner, who is the fifth Judge that Lohan has faced since her first arrest in 2007, has also acknowledged the former Disney star would only serve a fraction of any sentence because of overcrowding in county jails.
"If all of this ends on March 29th probation will convert to non-reporting," said Sautner.
Lohan seemed compliant and agreeable in court as the judge handed down the sentence hoping that this will be Lindsay's last brush with the law.