Mere hours after Beverly Hills Police told OK Magazine they expected actress Lindsay Lohan to turn herself in on a day-old warrant related to her 2007 DUI, the young starlet's lawyer told the Associated Press that her client will do no such thing. In fact, LiLo plans to skip her court date on Monday. The 22-year-old's lawyer will appear on her behalf to explain how the new warrant is part of a big misunderstanding. Lohan is currently serving a 3-year probation for a pair of arrests related to a drunk driving incident. Possible reasons for issuing a warrant on a person serving a probation like Lindsay's include failing a drug test or missing appointments with probation officers. In 2007 the actress pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of being under the influence of cocaine, no contest to two counts of driving with a BAC over .08 percent, and one count of reckless driving, the Associated Press reports. If she violated her probation, Lohan could face up to a four years and 90 days in jail.