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Amanda Bynes has pleaded no contest to driving with a suspended license and in return, she has been ordered to three years probation.
Her attorney, Richard Hutton, entered the plea on her behalf in a Burbank, California court on Thursday. Bynes now lives in New York. The Easy A actress will have to pay a $300 fine and be on probation for three years, as well as not drive without a valid license and insurance.
Hutton told E! News after the hearing that Bynes "is relieved and gratified to put this matter behind her."
This matter is behind her, however, she still has an unresolved DUI case pending in Beverly Hills.
MTV reports that Bynes was charged with driving in Burbank back in September, despite just having her license suspended for two hit-and-run charges.
TMZ reports both those hit-and-run cases were thrown out after Bynes settled outside of court.
Ever since her DUI case, Bynes has been displaying some odd behavior on Twitter and elsewhere.