Posted on Thu Feb 18, 2010 02:45 PM PDT
Chris Brown attended a progress report hearing today, and his attorney Mark Geragos showed Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg that the R&B star hasn't missed a session of domestic-violence counseling and he has done 32 days of hard labor in his home state of Virginia.
The judge praised Brown for his progress and he thanked her, which was the only time he spoke in court. The judge signed an order allowing Chris to travel out of the United States in May and June for concerts, and he will be back in court on May 11 for the next progress hearing.
Can the public forgive him?
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