Saturday, March 2, 2013
Mark Heller, Lindsay Lohan's lawyer said the actress has agreed to change his life, and this is independent of saving or not in prison, after he was accused of lying to police about who was driving his car when he hit a garbage truck in June.
"I suddenly woke up one day and had an epiphany, realized and understood the seriousness of the situations that led her to be in court," said Heller to The Associated Press.
Moreover, the defense of Lohan said that she wants to record announcements of social campaigns about the dangers of domestic violence, alcohol abuse and drunk driving.
"It will inspire hope in people. Think it will be good for her. Definitely not hurt others," he added.
The actress has pleaded guilty to the charge. He was on probation when the crash occurred and faces up to 245 days in jail if a judge determines that their behavior violated probation imposed on him for stealing a necklace in 2011.