The DUI process is long and drawn out, and entering a final judgment in the matter is only the beginning. If you were sentenced to a term of probation, it’s likely that you will be bound by the court for several years. Until you get a final discharge on your probation term, you are not completely free from the potential penalties of the court. In the attached article from the NY Daily News, the writer discusses the long road that actor Lindsay Lohan has taken to rid herself of the courts jurisdiction, and finalize her DUI altogether.
Lindsay Lohan got high marks from a Los Angeles judge Wednesday and appears one court hearing away from wrapping up the epic legal saga of her separate DUI and shoplifting cases. "Miss Lohan, you’re in the home stretch," Judge Stephanie Sautner told the "Mean Girls" star. "Your probation officer is pleased. You seem to be getting your life back on track, and that’s what we all hoped for." Sautner said she likes to see "positive change. And I think we’ve seen that."
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