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Lindsay Lohan is so close to being a free woman!
Barring any last minute setbacks, the Mean Girls starlet is less than 24 hours away from being released from any formal probation for the first time in over four years.
"When she arrives in court tomorrow, she will have completed all of her obligations," the actress' rep, Steve Honig, tells E! News.
So what does this mean?
Lohan has completed her 14 days of morgue duty and her five therapy sessions which permanently stays her jail sentence of 150 days. If all goes according to plan, Judge Stephanie Sautner will end her 2007 DUI case and switch her to informal probation for her 2011 shoplifting conviction.
"Our lawyers still need to review the probation report to determine whether or not to recommend that her probation be modified to informal probation," L.A. City Attorney's office spokesman Frank Mateljan tells us.
Lohan will be on informal probation until May 2014, and to get off she must obey all laws and not get in any trouble for the next two-and-a-half years. The plus side of this? Unlike formal probation, informal probation won't require Lohan to report to a probation officer or a judge.
"After March 29, all you have to do is obey all laws, stay out of trouble and move on with your life," Judge Stephanie Sautner said during last month's hearing. "Good luck."
"Lindsay is not celebrating," her rep says. "But rather ending one chapter and starting the next. She is very eager to get back on set and dive into her next few projects."
Honig says the actress "has been a champ and she is very eager to put all of this behind her."
After Thursday's final hearing—which we'll be livestreaming on E! Online—Lohan will prepare for her role in an upcoming episode of Glee before jetting off to Vancouver in May to start filming the Lifetime TV movie Liz and Dick, in which she will play Elizabeth Taylor.
Honig says the actress is "extremely" excited to put all the legal drama behind her.