Lohan was also ordered to complete 480 hours of community service — 360 hours at the Downtown Women's Center and 120 hours at the Los Angeles County morgue. Lohan's attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, filed an appeal late Friday.
Lohan was taken into custody following her sentencing and was released nearly five hours later after posting $75,000 bail.
Following a preliminary hearing, Judge Stephanie Sautner also ruled that the theft, combined with Lohan's prior record, did not support a felony charge. However, the judge also denied a motion from Holley to dismiss the case altogether. Lohan, 24, will stand trial for theft.
Lohan was charged with felony grand theft in February after a Venice, Calif., jewelry store accused her of stealing a $2,500 necklace on Jan. 22. The charge came just weeks after Lohan completed treatment at the Betty Ford Clinic. She was on probation for a 2007 DUI case. Her probation was later revoked on Feb. 9.
Lohan recently signed on to appear in two new films, her first since the charge and her time in rehab.