Chris Brown, Court

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Chris Brown isn't out of the clear just yet.

The singer was ordered to complete an additional 1,000 hours of community labor during a court hearing this morning.

In exchange, the Los Angeles District Attorney agreed to dismiss their request to rescind Brown's probation after he was involved in an alleged hit-and-run accident earlier this summer.

The hit-and-run charge was actually dismissed on Thursday.

Brown attended the hearing, wearing a white shirt and black suit, and appeared frustrated with the negotiations during the hearing.

At one point, he told his attorney out loud in the courtroom, "I understand. I understand. I am going to say whatever I want to. It's how I feel. I don't care."

The "Turn Up the Music" singer was joined by his mother Joyce Hawkins, who he spent time with discussing his options before making his final decision.

It took three meetings in the judge's chambers for the agreement to be reached.

The Grammy winner must contact the probation department within 48 hours. As for what kind of work Brown will be doing, he has his choice of a few viable options.

Chris Brown, Mark Geragow

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The 24-year-old can take part in beach cleanup, Caltrans, graffiti removal or a probation alternative work program.

If he decided to work on his community service hours full-time (40 hours a week), he could feasibly be through with the new requirement in just two and a half months.

Brown is currently serving probation stemming from his 2009 assault incident with his then-girlfriend Rihanna. His probation will end in a year's time, on Aug. 25, 2014.

On Aug. 25, 2009, Judge Patrician Schnegg sentenced Brown to 180 days of community labor, 52 week batterer's program and fines.

Today, both sides stipulated to the 1,000 additional hours, meaning the District Attorney is not contesting that he completed the previous hours, but also that the defense agreed to complete the new requirements.

The next time that Brown is expected to appear in court is on Nov. 20th for a progress hearing on the new community service agreement.

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