Chris Brown Praised By Judge At Progress Hearing
Chris Brown appeared in front of Judge Patricia Schnegg Thursday morning for a progress report stemming from his beating of ex-girlfriend Rihanna RadarOnline.com has learned.
Brown received praise from the judge., during the brief hearing, for staying on track with his probation.
Brown has completed 290 hours of hard labor for his community service requirement of the terms of his probation.
In addition, Brown has completed all but one of his domestic violence classes.
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Mark Geragos told the judge that his client would be done with his hard labor requirement in six months.
The hearing lasted only several minutes, and Chris Brown was required to attend.