Lindsay Lohan may get special treatment after all when she serves her jail time ... the kind of special treatment people get when they're addicts.
You'll recall Judge Marsha Revel ordered Lindsay to do 90 days in jail, followed by a 90-day inpatient rehab program. But we found out there's a program in L.A. County for inmates with drug and alcohol problems -- a program that combines jail with rehab.
It's called the Impact Program -- the brainchild of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Here's the drill ... according to L.A. County Sheriff's Department Spokesperson Steve Whitmore, the inmates go to jail, where they attend an intense 12-step program for five hours a day, seven days a week. The program takes approximately 90 days to complete.
Judge Revel has not ordered Lindsay to attend the Impact Program, but if the psychiatrists who are evaluating LiLo believe it's important to integrate jail with rehab, the judge could modify her order.
And there are consequences for Lindsay -- if the judge orders her to the program, she would almost certainly have to serve the full 90 days behind bars to complete her 12-step.