As we reported ... Kim was originally sentenced to 30 days of labor, but prosecutors cut her break and pushed for a softer sentence ... AA classes and community service.
Her team had already provided proof of enrollment for AA, but she still had about 270 hours of community service hanging over her head this past September. Looks like she picked up the pace since then.
It's been a long haul for Kim, but she's almost out of the woods for this one. She's got about a year or so left of probation ... but the courtroom checklist is complete!