Judge dismisses Lindsay's 'Much Ado About Nothing' 2007 DUI case
New York, Mar 17 (ANI): A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has quashed an arrest warrant that was issued for US actress Lindsay Lohan in relation to her 2007 DUI and hit-and-run case.
Judge Marsha Revel said that warrant was issued after getting a letter from a court-ordered alcohol education program showing an 'indication of some noncompliance.'
However, the judge noted that "there's no indication of any dirty tests."
The 'Mean Girls' star's lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley said that she straightened out the problem in a meeting in the judge's chamber.
"(Lindsay) had been in one program for a long time, had done very well in that program, left that program to go to another ...3 and at that other program there were just personality issues. It was much ado about nothing," the New York Daily News quoted Holley, as saying.
Holley told the judge that the actress was in a new program in Glendale, Ca. A new progress report is due by April 3.
The warrant resulted from a problem with the 18-month alcohol education program Lohan was ordered to complete after pleading guilty to drunken driving and cocaine charges from two arrests in 2007. (ANI)