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Lindsay Lohan pleaded guilty in August 2007 to two misdemeanor counts of being under the influence of cocaine and no contest to drunken driving and reckless driving charges.
updated 2/19/2010 9:02:47 AM ET 2010-02-19T14:02:47

A judge says Lindsay Lohan is in full compliance with the terms of her probation for a drunken driving and drug case.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel said Thursday that "everything looks good" with Lohan's progress in a court-ordered drug and alcohol education program. Lohan has had trouble completing the program and had her probation extended last year.

Revel says Lohan still must complete the program by July. The 23-year-old was not in court Thursday and will not be required to appear for her next progress report on May 20.

The "Mean Girls" star pleaded guilty in August 2007 to two misdemeanor counts of being under the influence of cocaine and no contest to drunken driving and reckless driving charges.

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