After failing to make it to court on Tuesday (April 2), Amanda Bynes was given one final break in her driving on a suspended license case.
The “All That” star was due for a pretrial today, but her attorney was able to secure her a continuance from the judge, who warned that this would be the last time.
Upset that the case had been dragging on since October, Judge Margaret Oldendorf advised attorney Richard Hutton to get things moving.
In addition to the suspended license charge, Bynes also has to deal with a hit and run allegation. The new court date has been set for May 2nd.