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Lindsay Lohan Will Have to Stick Around the L.A., Orders Judge

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Judge Marsha N. Revel took a day off from her vacation today to make sure Lindsay Lohan attended court and received her marching orders in person. Last Thursday, the celebrity was a no-show in court because she apparently lost her passport while attending Cannes Film Festival in France, prompting Revel to order a bench warrant for Lohan to appear in court today, a hearing stemming from the actor's 2007 DUI Conviction.

After that incident, she pleaded no contest to two counts each of DUI and being under the influence of cocaine, along with a reckless driving charge.

Lohan, who appeared several minutes late for court this morning, was ordered to not drink any alcohol, attend all alcohol classes and wear a device around her ankle. She also will be subject to random drug testing locally and not be able to travel to Texas for a job. Her next court date is set for July 6th.

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