Lindsay Lohan has said -- earlier -- that she feels she has done nothing wrong in regard to her "lying to the police case." On Saturday, however, it was reported that here choices have narrowed to two, one including house arrest.
Originally, prosecutors had offered lockdown rehab. Given Lohan's partying ways, this was rejected out of that. Multiple sources now say that both the Santa Monica City Attorney and the Los Angeles City Attorney have softened their position -- in their minds, it is softening -- from lockdown rehab to 90-day house arrest.
The problem, as noted by a different LiLo attorney, is that Mark Heller, who is representing her in the case, is saying one thing, while she is saying another. Heller has told prosecutors Lohan will accept a "certain amount" of house arrest. The question is "how much"?
The big problem, just as with her other lawyer, is that Heller can't control Lohan. He wants to keep her out of jail with house arrest. She, however, is adamant -- she will not accept any punishment.
Right now, sources are saying that because of these issues, there is a 75 percent chance that the case will go to trial on March 18. If Lohan is convicted, she could serve months of jail time.
The case centers around her Pacific Coast Highway crash from last summer, when the Porsche that Lohan was driving rear-ended a truck. At the time, though, Lohan initially told the authorities she was not driving.
The new charges also triggered a probation violation in the case of her jewelry theft plea bargain.