The actress must spend two days with cadavers as part of her DUI sentence
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Lindsay Lohan is entering the next phase of her sentence for misdemeanor drunk driving – and the good news is, she’ll be prepared if she’s ever up for a role on CSI.

After fulfilling several requirements set by her DUI plea agreement – including rehab, community service and 84 minutes spent in jail – Lohan will next have to spend some time in a morgue, her lawyer, Blair Berk, told a judge Thursday at a hearing in a Los Angeles court, the Associated Press reports.

In an effort to illustrate the potentially fatal consequences of drinking and driving, she’s set to spend two, 4-hour days in a morgue. After that, she’ll spend two days working in an emergency room.

The actress, 21, reached a plea agreement in August based on charges from two separate DUI incidents, one in May in Beverly Hills and one in July in Santa Monica.

Lohan did not attend Thursday’s hearing, which was held to gauge her progress in meeting the terms of her deal.

Morgue duty will certainly be a comedown from Lohan’s usual world of red carpets and events. On Wednesday, she stole the show at the Hollywood premiere for Cloverfield, where she shone in a black Hervé Léger cocktail dress – and stuck to Red Bull and water.