So, even if LiLo loses her appeal of her latest sentence she'd probably only do a couple of hours in jail.
"Sentences are significantly reduced for inmates if they obey all rules while they are in custody. Ms. Lohan has always been a very good inmate while she is in custody. She is always extremely cooperative and we have had no problems with her," Whitmore said.
"Lindsay could easily be processed into jail, and there's a very good chance that she could be released within just hours of arriving.
"Instead of doing 120 days, or the reduced 20% sentence, Lindsay could serve only several hours, and then be released. If Lindsay were to surrender on a weekend, when the jails are the busiest, this would be Lindsay's best shot of getting out in no time."
I think this translates to: "We don't want the hassle of having her in our prison."
So, after spending tens of thousands of dollars prosecuting her on a clearly trumped up charge, they'll have her in custody just long enough to get a mug shot.
This, in a state that is nearly bankrupt.
Good job, L.A. District Attorney's Office!