Dina Lohan loses license for a year after drunk driving arrest
"Fortunately, you didn't kill anybody, you didn't kill yourself," Long Island Judge Andrew Engel told Lohan at the sentencing, according to Newsday. Next time, "you may not be so fortunate."
Lohan's attorney, Mark Jay Heller, told the judge, "This has been a very onerous ordeal for her and she has really done her very best to comply with all the court's directions."
Engel, however, didn't feel much sympathy toward the matriarch of the troubled family. "The only person responsible for this onerous ordeal is Ms. Lohan herself," he told her.