Amanda Bynes Pleads No Contest To Driving On Suspended License
Amanda Bynes has scored a major court victory.
She formally pled no contest to one count of driving on a suspended license, while a second charge of the same offense was dismissed Thursday morning in a Burbank, Calif. courtroom, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
The ex-Nickelodeon star, 27, wasn't in court for the brief proceedings, but her attorney, Richard Hutton, entered the plea on her behalf.
A judge placed Bynes on three years informal probation and ordered her to have a valid driver's license and auto-insurance when driving a car in California.
It's the latest legal victory for Bynes, who had two misdemeanor charges of hit and run dismissed in December.
She's not out of the woods, yet, however. There remains one criminal charges stemming from her DUI arrest past year.
A source told RadarOnline.com that "a deal should be reached on that matter in the next several weeks."