“Out of thousands of probationers, no one has done a better or more consistent job than you have, and I really want to commend you for taking responsibility and for actually working diligently to complete all the things the court has required of you,” Schnegg told Brown during a brief hearing.
Schnegg has required Brown to perform physical labor, such as graffiti removal or roadside cleanup duties. She is allowing his work to be done in his home state of Virginia, but she requires the actor-singer to return to court frequently for progress reports.
“Obviously he’s gratified and he’s working hard to live up to everyone’s expectations,” said Brown’s attorney, Mark Geragos.
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