September 1, 2014
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Lindsay Lohan's attorney has suggested to prosecutors that the actress serve as a motivational speaker and perform non-jail activities to resolve her latest criminal case.
Attorney Mark Heller suggests in a letter obtained Tuesday that Lohan record public service announcements and give inspirational speeches at schools and hospitals to show she is making a serious commitment to improving her life.
The 26-year-old Lohan faces three misdemeanor charges that she was driving recklessly then lied to police about being behind the wheel when her sports car crashed in June.
Santa Monica prosecutor Terry White declined comment on the letter but says discussions on how to resolve Lohan's case are taking place.
The case is due back in court on Friday.
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