Arriving in a dark suit and with a serious, if not nervous, demeanor, Chris Brown was set to meet his fate on Wednesday at the Los Angeles Superior court during his formal sentencing for his attack on Rihanna. However, the judge asked Brown to return to court on August 27, citing a lack of information from the state of Virginia regarding Brown's 180-day community labor service.
Judge Patricia Schnegg emphasized she wanted to make sure Brown would be doing labor-intensive work. Schnegg did say that ninety percent of what she asked to have done was fulfilled.
Before the hearing began, Brown's lawyer Mark Geragos stepped out of the courtroom to chat with prosecutor Mary Murray for fifteen minutes before the judge arrived.
As RadarOnline.com was the first to report, Rihanna's lawyer Donald Etra confirmed he would be seeking a level one protective order which was "a step down" from the original order mandating that Brown had to stay at least fifty yards away from Rihanna.
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As RadarOnline.com was the first to report, Brown is expected to conduct his first TV interview on Wednesday evening.
Brown quickly left the courthouse with his bodyguard and Geragos.