Amanda Bynes pleads not guilty in two hit-and-run cases
Amanda Bynes pleaded not guilty to two counts of hit-and-run Thursday - just two of a slew of alleged driving violations over the past six months that have led to the suspension of her license.
The misdemeanor charges resulted from two minor crashes in April and August, according to court documents.
The actress, 26, also has two charges of driving on a suspended license and a DUI charge stemming from the April hit-and-run when she allegedly sideswiped a police cruiser.
Though Bynes is currently in New York, her lawyer entered the plea on her behalf in Los Angeles.
The "Easy A" actress is due back in court October 19. If convicted on both counts, Bynes could spend up to a year in jail.