Renfro faces up to 18 months in prison if he violates the terms of his sentence, said Superior Court Judge David Horwitz. The actor remains free on $10,000 bail pending a court appearance March 6 to begin the rehab program.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant In related court news, “Saturday Night Live” alum Tracy Morgan was placed on three years probation in a drunk driving case, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office reported Thursday. The 37-year-old comedian, who was arrested Dec. 2 in Hollywood, must also attend alcohol awareness classes. A pretrial hearing had been scheduled today for Morgan, who instead entered a no-contest plea on Feb. 17 to a misdemeanor charge of drunk driving before Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rex Heeseman, a city attorney’s spokesman said. And finally, actor Brad Renfro (“The Client,” “Ghost World”) pleaded guilty Thursday to attempted possession of heroin in a case stemming from his December arrest during a sting in Los Angeles’ Skid Row area. Renfro, 23, was given three years probation and must enter a drug rehabilitation program under a law that allows people convicted of nonviolent drug possession to receive treatment instead of jail time. Film director Lee Tamahori (“Die Another Day”) pleaded no contest to criminal trespass in return for two prostitution charges against him being dropped, authorities said Thursday. The plea deal stemmed from Tamahori’s Jan. 8 arrest on suspicion of soliciting an undercover police officer in Hollywood and offering to perform a sex act for money. The two dropped charges, said city attorney spokesman Frank Mateljan, were misdemeanor counts of solicitation and loitering with the intent to commit prostitution. Tamahori, 55, who was not present at the hearing in Los Angeles perior Court, was placed on three years probation, ordered to attend an AIDS education course and perform 15 days of community service for the Hollywood Beautification Project, Mateljan said.