PHOTO: Lindsay Lohan's Meticulous Courtroom Notes

07/09/2010 at 12:50 PM EDT

PHOTO: Lindsay Lohan's Meticulous Courtroom Notes
Lindsay Lohan (behind her notepad)
David McNew/Reuters/Landov
The judge deemed she didn't fulfill her required alcohol-education classes, but here's one assignment Lindsay Lohan might have passed with flying colors: notetaking.

While Lohan's attorney Shawn Chapman Holley (who has since resigned), Judge Marsha Revel and the deputy district attorney spoke during Tuesday's probation hearing, the actress was seen constantly jotting down notes with a red pen – but these weren't just any scribbles.

A high-resolution snapshot of Lohan's notepad, which she flashed to cameras while trying to cover her face, reveals her clean, meticulous penmanship and that she seemingly kept track of the entire proceedings.





"July 6, 2010. 1:40 PM @ Beverly Hills Court," she wrote on the corner of the page, followed by "(Dad's sitting behind Liana)," likely referring to younger sister Aliana.

For the next 20 lines, Lohan, who references herself as "LL," appears to have laid out a timeline of the alcohol-awareness classes. For the ones that she missed, Lohan provides explanations, including the fact that she signed the wrong sign-in sheet at one session, or that she had to travel to London for a Haiti benefit.

PHOTO: Lindsay Lohan's Meticulous Courtroom Notes| Crime & Courts, Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan's notes

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