The sealed order came after a 90-minute hearing with lawyers for Spears and ex-husband Kevin Federline.
Attorneys declined comment on the reported ruling after the hearing.
“Orders were made. … I can’t discuss the content of those orders,” says Federline’s lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan. “Documents have not been released by the court, and I don’t know if they will be. The matter will be continued at a future date.”
Spears’s lawyer Anne Kiley told reporters afterwards that everything “was great.”
At the request of Federline’s attorney, Shane Partridge, the photographer who filmed subpeoned video of Spears’s allegedly running a red light on Nov. 8 was also present, but he did not participate in the hearing.
“The tape of Britney running the red light was not viewed today, but it was a major point of the hearing,” the source tells PEOPLE. “Britney’s lawyers brought in an expert who argued that, for whatever reason, Britney could have made the turn through the red light.”