Amanda Bynes Pleads No Contest, Gets 3 Years Probation in Suspended License Case

Exclusive: Former Nickelodeon star agrees to a deal on driving charges

By Claudia Rosenbaum, Lily Harrison May 09, 2013 7:25 PMTags
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E! News can confirm that Amanda Bynes has plead no contest to the charge of driving with a suspended license today.

While the actress didn't attend the court hearing, her attorney Richard Hutton appeared in the Burbank court and entered the plea deal on her behalf.

The judge sentenced the former Nickelodeon star to three years of summary probation and also ordered her to pay a fine of $1,400.

Hutton tells E! News exclusively that his client "is relieved and gratified to put this matter behind her."

On April 2, the hearing was granted a final continuance after Hutton claimed he was still waiting on signed papers from his client.

While Bynes still has a DUI case pending in Beverly Hills, at least some of her legal woes are coming to an end.