Lindsay Lohan will plead no contest to misdemeanor theft when she goes back in front of judge Sautner and that pleading could help Lohan escape 120 days behind bars.
According to the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department, non-violent, misdemeanor offenses often allows offenders to serve time at home, as long as they agree to wear an electronic monitoring device.
The L.A. County Probation Dept. also confirmed to TMZ that the L.A. County Probation Department is also fine with home sentencing for non-violent misdemeanors.
Judge Stephanie Sautner has repeatedly said that Lohan will be treated like any other defendant and given her simple misdemeanor offenses it looks like she’s be treated to a home monitoring program, just like any other misdemeanor pleading criminal.