Amanda's lawyer showed up in to an L.A. courtroom today to fight the D.A.'s request to impose $50,000 bail on the actress for her April DUI arrest. Right now, she's out on her own recognizance -- no bail.
The D.A. argued Amanda has proven time and again she's a danger on the road -- with two hit-and-run charges hanging over her head -- and wanted the judge to impose bail to deter her from further endangering people.
But... the judge said Amanda's alleged hit-and-run violations occurred BEFORE her license was suspended on August 25th, so he decided to give her a break ... for now ... rejecting the D.A.'s bail request.
But the judge was crystal clear ... if Amanda breaks ANY road rules from this day forward, he will impose a high enough bail to get her attention. Obviously, for now, she better not drive at all because her license is suspended.
The judge didn't specify an amount -- but Amanda's got money ... so you can bet it will be high.
The judge also reminded Amanda's lawyer -- she better not even think about getting behind the wheel until her license is reinstated.