Judge 'pleased with Lohan's progress'
Lindsay Lohan is officially "in the home stretch" of probation.
The troubled actress was ordered to complete community service at the county morgue and sessions with a therapist for being in violation of her probation stemming from her no contest plea in a jewelry theft case last year.
USA Today reports that Lindsay visited court today for a probation hearing and the judge is delighted with how the star has progressed.
"Ms. Lohan, you're in the home stretch," Judge Stephanie Sautner declared. "The probation officer is pleased with your progress. You seem to be getting your life back on track."
Lindsay must work 14 more days at the Los Angeles County morgue and she has five remaining therapy sessions to attend before her final court appearance.
Following an official acknowledgement from the court for her completion of these tasks, Lindsay will remain on informal probation, but she would no longer have to report to a parole officer.
Remaining committed to living a healthy lifestyle will also directly impact Lindsay's career.
If she can continue to abide by the rules of her sentence, the former child star will be starring in upcoming made-for-TV movie Elizabeth & Richard: A Love Story, a Lifetime channel production.
Lindsay's final probation hearing is scheduled for March 29.
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