Lindsay Lohan

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It's a little surprising that Judge Patricia Schnegg awarded Lohan with a bail of $300,000 considering Lindsay's past and the fact that Judge Elden Fox originally denied her bail earlier that morning. According to Yahoo!, Judge Schengg made the call because the troubled starlet had been convicted of misdemeanors and therefore she should have been given bail. Judge Schengg ruled in Lindsay's favor at 6pm and 5 and a half hours after the victorious appeal hearing, she walked away from the penitentiary, but not without rules to abide by.

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The terms of her bail are strict, but pretty familiar: The ankle alcoholmonitor returns and she is forbidden to enter any buildings where thefundamental business is to sell alcohol, such as bars and liquorstores.

Lindsay returns to court on October 22nd.

Do you think Lindsay should have been released?