Lindsay Lohan has a knack for finding trouble whether she is looking for it or not. Now, TMZ released another news report on Jan. 15 that she has now terminated her attorney, Shawn Holley. Holley has been there for her many times in the past and has gotten her out of deeper hot water on numerous occasions.
Now she has retained a New York lawyer, Mark Heller, who evidently isn’t licensed to practice law in the state of California. What is she thinking? Mr. Heller did not appear for Lindsay’s arraignment on Tuesday. What kind of representation is that?
Luckily for Lindsay, Shawn was present in the court room and saved her yet again from having a bench warrant issued for her arrest. If she wasn’t there and since the judge didn’t officially dismiss Holley’s representation agreement with Lohan she would have police out searching for her.
There is a lot of confusion at the present time whom is legally representing her. The judge ordered her presence in court on January 30 even though she wouldn’t normally need to appear.
Lindsay Lohan’s new attorney doesn’t seem to be the best choice at all. Heller’s reputation is somewhat smeared to say the least. Aside from not having a license to practice in California he was also suspended from practicing back in 1994. The suspension was for a five year period and is known by other attorney’s as “a menace to the public” according to the New York Times.
We all thought Lindsay did enough damage to herself by lying to the police and giving them false information when they arrived after the car crash. It seems she isn’t though with telling tall tales. According to her version of the story she states that she didn’t authorize Heller to terminate Holley when in fact, Holley received a signed termination letter from Lindsay.
Why did she hire a new attorney when her present one clearly is on her side and doing everything to help her situation? Why all the lies? Everyone is wondering the same thing? What purpose, other than none, does she expect to benefit from all her un-truths?
Will Shawn continue to represent her? Will she accept that challenge one more time? Will Heller get the boot or get on board and do what an attorney is retained to do, help his client?
© 2013 Beverly Mucha / All Rights Reserved
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