Lindsay Lohan was told she is on the "home stretch" of her probation by a judge today.
The troubled actress was at Los Angeles Airport Courthouse for a hearing - part of her sentence for breaking her probation in relation to the 2007 DUI incident - earlier this morning, accompanied by her mother, Dina.
She was told by judge Stephanie Sautner if she completes the last of her court-mandated community service and psychotherapy sessions, their next hearing should be their last.
The judge told the 'Mean Girls' star: "The way I figured it and we talked, there's 14 more days of community service and five more therapy sessions. Ms. Lohan, you're in the home stretch, OK?
"The probation officer's pleased with your progress, you seem to be getting your life back on track and that's what we've all hoped for." The judge noted a "positive change" in Lindsay and said had glowing reports from the probation office and her therapist.
The 25-year-old star will also have to pay $3,500 in fines, according to probation records seen by E! news, but providing she does and complies with the last part of her probation, she will be free by the end of March.
Judge Sautner added: "After our March 29 hearing, all you have to do is obey all laws, stay out of trouble and move on with your life."
Lindsay's next job will be hosting 'Saturday Night Live' from New York on March 3.