Former Hollywood party girl Lindsay Lohan is getting closer to having video cameras banned from court when she gives a deposition testimony in her car-crash lawsuit.The actress is being sued by victim Raymundo Ortega for crashing her Mercedes-Benz into his red van in Hollywood in October 2005, after allegedly drinking at the star studded Ivy club. Lohan’s attorneys have been trying to have plans for the star to give evidence on videotape scrapped, amid fears the footage could later be sold on for a large amount of cash. In November Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Stern dismissed their argument and ruled Lohan must give video evidence. But now a three-judge panel of California’s Second District Court of Appeal has demanded Stern explain his decision. A hearing has been set for March 16th to determine whether cameras will be allowed. The 21-year-old has filed her own countersuit against Ortega, alleging he and a number of unspecified defendants caused the accident. A trial date is set for April.