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Lindsay Lohan has so many open cases, so many attorneys and so little time to deal with it all when she has 12 hours of partying to do at night, that sometimes her cases are a little disorganized and opposing lawyers get ticked off. Such is the case with the matter where Lindsay's assistant hit a guy with a car and Lindsay was in the passenger seat. Lindsay has a lawyer in that case and that lawyer says she can't get hold of Lindsay directly and in the meantime the opposing lawyer is filing motions that Lindsay and her lawyer should be sanctioned because Lindsay won't sit for a deposition. If the judge is particularly strict they could even order a warrant for Lindsay's arrest, but it will probably take a little more skipping her responsibilities for that to happen. Meanwhile, Lindsay's lawyer says that Lindsay's criminal lawyer Mark Heller is blocking access to Lindsay and she is throwing Lindsay under a bus. Hope she backs up just to make sure she is well and truly under.
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