Lindsay Lohan (Mark Boster/AP)

Although the actress insisted she was “working hard and fulfilling my obligations every single day, to the court as well as myself,” her probation was revoked for missing community service appointments.

Today Judge Stephanie Sautner will decide whether Lohan violated her probation order. She could heading back to jail.

That’s what the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office would like to see, according to the Associated Press. It’s unclear what sentence they will ask for. TMZ reports that Lohan will concede that she violated her probation, in the hopes of getting a lighter sentence.

Since her last hearing, Lohan has been regularly attending her community service appointments at the LA County Morgue, after suffering a slight setback on her first day. She even spent Halloween there.

Should Lohan go back to jail, she will probably not spend that much time there. The Sheriff's Department told TMZ she would only serve 20 percent of her sentence behind bars, due to overcrowding.

Lohan, for her part, will remain silent ahead of today’s proceedings, her rep told Celebritology.