Amanda Bynes just pled no contest to driving on a suspended license.
Amanda wasn”t in court, but her lawyer, Rich Hutton, was there as the judge took the plea.
Amanda will be placed on 3 years probation, which requires her to obey all laws — and given her current state that may be a challenge. She was also warned NOT to drive without a valid license and insurance. She also must pay a $300 fine.
As we reported, the charges were filed against the actress in September after she was pulled over in Burbank … and cops discovered her license was suspended. Police ticketed her and impounded her car.
Amanda”s license had been suspended a couple weeks earlier because of two hit-and-run charges that were filed against her.
The irony … those hit-and-run charges were later thrown out by a judge, after Amanda reached financial settlements with the victims.
As for her other legal problems, she”s still got that DUI case going on. Which is nice.