"One of two things could happen," Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers explains to E! News. "The judge could remand her into custody and set her bail, and she could bail out tomorrow."
"Or she can come in and just admit the violation and he could sentence her right there, I'm not sure what he'll do."
More importantly, we're not sure what Lindsay will do, though seeing as how she's already admitted her violation(s), it's unclear why she wouldn't do it again, before a judge.
But whatever Lindsay decides to do, Meyers, who has taken point on Lindsay's prosecution squad, won't be present in the courtroom due to a prior commitment. Another deputy D.A. will stand in for her, though Meyers will return to the case (what, you thought this would be the end of it?) for all future proceedings.
Sleep tight, Lindsay.
Don't miss a minute of the drama-filled proceedings! E! Online will be livestreaming all the comings and goings of Cirque du Lohan starting at 8 a.m. PT tomorrow from the Beverly Hills courthouse.