Singer has already served 100 hours of community service.
Chris Brown has received an "extremely favorable" report from probation officials overseeing his felony assault case, a judge said Thursday.
Brown appeared in a Los Angeles courtroom to offer a judge his first progress report since being sentenced for beating ex-girlfriend Rihanna earlier this year. He talked and laughed with his lawyer before the hearing, which took less than 10 minutes.
The R&B singer is serving five years of probation and must attend domestic violence counseling and perform six months of community labor in Virginia.