Amanda Bynes' lawyer Richard Hutton tells ET that recent reports on his client are "exaggerated," and that Bynes is in fact "fine."
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He also gave an update on her Beverly Hills DUI case from last April -- in which she allegedly hit a Los Angeles County sheriff's department cruiser and refused a Breathalyzer test -- which is close to a resolution.
Bynes was charged last June with driving under the influence in West Hollywood in connection with the April 6 incident, and Hutton is confident that there will be a plea deal. Her pre-trial and trial setting hearing is scheduled for July 18th at Airport Courthouse in Los Angeles.
Hutton does not think her most recent trouble with the law -- she was arrested at her New York apartment on Thursday for reckless endangerment, tampering with physical evidence and physical position of marijuana -- will affect the case.
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Hutton, who has talked to Bynes recently, says their conversations are "normal" and that there is "no physical evidence" backing up Amanda's headline-making arrest Thursday.