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So much for the "slow track." While Lindsay Lohan's attorney, Mark Heller, had filed a motion earlier in the week requesting that his client's ongoing probation violation case be put on the "slow track" in order for the troubled actress to pursue "certain activities which will benefit her," Judge James Dabney denied the motion during a hearing at a Los Angeles courtroom on Friday morning. In addition to denying the lawyer's request for a continuance, the judge also denied Heller's motion to suppress evidence as well as dismiss charges against Lohan stemming from a June car crash in which she is accused of lying to police that she wasn't behind the »

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