Chris Brown Doing Well With Hard Labor and Probation, L.A. Judge Impressed
Singer Chris Brown faced a judge on February 18th, in Los Angeles to settle a dispute in where the judge wanted proof that he is doing hard labor to satisfy his probation officer.
The L.A. judge wanted to make sure that Chris Brown was doing hard labor when performing community service after pleading guilty last year to assaulting then girlfriend Rihanna, as covered on HipHopRX.com. Chris Brown was sentenced to probation and community service in which has to complete 1,400 hours of community labor and 52 scheduled domestic violence counseling sessions.
L.A. Judge Patricia Schnegg was at first unsure about the type of community service Chris Brown was performing, so she wanted to make sure it was tough on him. Chris Brown’s attorney Mark Geragos presented a list proving that Brown has been working hard performing his community service and after appearing before the judge, Chris Brown was told that he was doing really well.
Chris Brown will be back for a review before the Judge on May 11th in which Judge Schnegg expects him to be halfway through his community service sentence.