Do not pass go, do not collect $200.

This morning LiLo visited an all too familiar place - the LA court system - to face her hearing on the charges of grand theft for a $2,500 necklace she allegedly stole from a Venice jewelry shop in January.

Judge Keith L. Schwartz told Lindsay that she's not gettin' anything special from him.

“You will be treated exactly the same as everyone else. No better, no worse.”

He was specifically clear that if Lindsay plead guilty or no contest to the chart, that she was clearly admitting that she violated her parole.

“This case does involve jail time, period,” he said. “If you plead in front of me, if it’s resolved in front of me, you are going to jail, period.”

Lindsay's lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, had the hearing rescheduled to be able to examine discovery and a settlement from the DA. Meanwhile, the judge insisted on obtaining information about Lindsay's psychological background and told the actress to find a sponsor not related to her.

The hearing has been rescheduled for March 10, 2011.