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Lindsay Lohan Hires Top Lawyer in Final Bid

July 15, 2010 (9:24 am) GMT
Robert Saphiro who successfully defended O.J. Simpson back in 1994 reportedly joins Lohan's team to reduce her punishment.
Lindsay Lohan

has reportedly hired top Hollywood lawyer Robert Saphiro to help her avoid prison on Tuesday, July 20. The "" star's new legal counsel is experienced criminal defense attorney Shapiro, who successfully defended actor at his 1994 murder trial.

According to TMZ.com, Shapiro will not appeal the actress' upcoming 90-day prison sentence - instead he'll urge Judge Marsha Revel to either eliminate or minimize jail by putting Lohan in rehab. Shapiro, whose son died of a drug overdose in 2005, wants Lohan to spend time in a live-in treatment center.

The 24 year old's long-serving lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley resigned just days after the star was sentenced to prison time for breaking the terms of her probation from a 2007 DUI arrest by failing to attend alcohol education classes. Lohan is due to surrender to authorities on Tuesday.

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