Chris Brown Goes to Court for Progress Report

November 19, 2009 By:
Chris Brown Goes to Court for Progress Report

Chris Brown showed up to court today for a progress report of sorts. The hearing was set so the judge could see first hand how he was doing with his sentencing and community service.

Chris is currently serving five years of probation and must attend domestic violence counseling and perform six months of community labor in Virginia.

At the hearing, Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos, says he has already done 100 hours of community labor in Richmond. He has also paid all of his court-ordered fees and fines.

The hearing lasted less than ten minutes, and the judge gave him a very favorable report for his progress thus far. He is due back in court for another progress report on Feb. 18.

Once Chris completes his community service and counseling sessions, he won’t be required to come back to court every three months.

At least Chris is taking the community service seriously! Although, it seems like he should put a little more effort into it than his album.