Chris Brown Receives "Extremely Favorable" Report From Probation Officials

Nov. 19 2009, Published 7:03 a.m. ET

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Chris Brown attended court Thursday in Los Angeles for a progress report hearing, following his conviction for his February assault on then girlfriend Rihanna.

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Brown pled guilty to the assault back in June and was sentenced to 180 days of hard labor along with one year of domestic violence counseling.

Brown's attorney Mark Geragos revealed that the R & B singer is on track, having already completed 100 hours of community service and 7 of his 52 scheduled domestic violence classes.

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Judge Schnegg said Chris Brown has received an "extremely favorable" report from probation officials overseeing his felony assault case and that she is satisfied with Brown's progress and has scheduled the next hearing for February 18th.


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