Seems like even her lawyer thinks he's above the law. Lindsey Lohan's attorney got a talking-to from the judge on her criminal case Friday. Judge James Dabney questioned whether the star's attorney, Mark Heller, is fit to be her sole legal council. "I'm somewhat concerned whether you have sufficient guidance from local counsel," the judge told Lohan after Heller filed a "bill of particulars" -- a motion that isn't valid in California. Lohan faces criminal charges after she allegedly lied about driving the car that crashed into a car on the Pacific Coast Highway last year. Judge Dabney rejected Heller's motion to delay the case, and a trial date was set for March 18.