Lindsay Lohan returned to Lynwood, California jail for a third time, but she may soon be free…again.
On Friday afternoon, a Los Angeles judge overturned an earlier ruling that denied Lohan bail after she was taken into custody for failing a drug test.
Court spokesman Allan Parachini told People that Schnegg, a supervising assistant judge of criminal courts, had cited state law that promises defendants the right to bail in misdemeanor cases.
“An order has been signed by Judge Patricia Schnegg granting writ of habeas corpus. Bail has been set at $300,000,” Parachini stated.
Lohan’s bail was set on the condition that she be fitted with a SCRAM alcohol-monitoring device within 24 hours of release.
Lohan’s attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, had filed an appeal for what he claimed was the unlawful denial of bail to Lohan.
Lohan was taken into custody and booked on Friday morning after Superior Court Judge, Elden Fox, ruled that she be detained without custody after she failed her mandatory drug test.
Lohan will face a probation violation hearing on October 22nd. Stay tuned for more Lilo news!