Lindsay Lohan started doing her public service at an American Red Cross blood services facility in an L.A. suburb Monday. Arriving at noon, she was greeted by staff in the parking lot before walking into the building. When she left the facility around 7 p.m., she carried a book sparsely titled BLOOD. She was sentenced to a mandatory minimum of four days in jail, but after ten days of community service she can subtract two days from her jail time, and she gets credit for one day already having been booked into jail after being arrested. That leaves only one day of jail time. According to California state rules, Lindsay can check into jail at 11:55 p.m. and check out at 12:05 am, which would qualify as one full day in jail. She might even beat Nicole Richie’s 82 minute record of least amount of jail time. After all the crimes Lindsay committed she got only a light slap on the wrist. It’s no wonder people feel celebrities get special treatment, because they do.