Actress Lindsay Lohan received another glowing review Wednesday morning during her probation progress report in front of a Los Angeles judge.
At her last probation progress report in January, Judge Stephanie Sautner told Lohan to just keep "doing what you're doing." Apparently, she heeded the judge's advice.
"You're in the home stretch," Sautner told the starlet Wednesday.
U.S. & World
Lohan's mother, Dina, was with her daughter when she arrived for Wednesday's report at the courthouse in Del Aire, Calif. Lohan just has one more probation status update to attend after completing another round of community service on time.
"The probation officer is pleased with your progress," Sautner told Lohan. "You seem to be getting your life back on track. It is never our goal to put people in jail. We like to see positive change."
Lohan has been working at the Los Angeles County morgue -- 12 service days per month -- and attending psychotherapy sessions in connection with separate drunken driving and jewelry theft cases. She was required to appear for the monthly updates until March.
Lohan is due back in court March 29. If all goes well, her probation in the DUI case could end. The theft case would revert to summary probation, meaning she would not be required to make regular check-ins with a probation officer.