Lindsay Lohan sails through court date with praise from judge
Has LiLo finally turned it around?
Arriving 15 minutes early to her monthly probation hearing yesterday in Los Angeles Superior Court, the judge in case Lohan's case praised the actress for successfully completing her community service last month.
"I'm pleased to say she's done it all," Judge Stephanie Sautner said during the hearing, which last only a few minutes.
"Just keep doing what you're doing. You appear to be doing it well," Sauter added.
Both Lohan's probation officer and officials at the county morgue, where she has been working under court mandate, have written favorable reports, Sautner said.
Lohan, 25, was sentenced Nov. 2 for violating probation on a 2007 DUI and related convictions. She must work 12 days a month at the morgue and attend four 45-minute psychological counseling sessions monthly through March 29.
Her next scheduled hearing is set for Feb. 22, by which time she just have completed 15 morgue shifts five counseling sessions.