Dina Lo­han should do com­mu­nity ser­vice: judge

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - ENTERTAINMENT -

HEM­SPTEAD, N.Y. — A judge has re­ferred Lind­say Lo­han’s mother to a com­mu­nity ser­vice pro­gram, say­ing vol­un­teer­ing could help her al­leged drunken-driv­ing case. Newsday re­ports the judge on Thurs­day also or­dered Dina Lo­han to get an in­de­pen­dent treat­ment eval­u­a­tion. He set her next court ap­pear­ance for Jan. 7. Lo­han was ar­rested on Sept. 12 fol­low­ing a traf­fic stop on Long Is­land. Po­lice say she was driv­ing 124 km/h (77 mph) in a 90 km/h (55 mph) zone while in­tox­i­cated. She has pleaded not guilty to the charges and sur­ren­dered her driver’s li­cence. Her at­tor­ney on Thurs­day pre­sented a re­port to the judge that he said showed Lo­han “was free of any al­co­hol or sub­stance is­sues.” He de­clined to com­ment on the pos­si­bil­ity of com­mu­nity ser­vice.

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