Chris Brown must believe he can get away with anything. He's pleaded not guilty to the hit-and-run charges that led to his probation getting revoked.
According to TMZ, he's due back in court on August 15th in the case. He has a separate hearing in August for the probation violation -- all stemming from his beatdown of Rihanna the night before the 2009Grammys.
The fender bender took place in May. Chris has maintained that the hit-and-run charges are bogus because he exchanged info with the other driver and there were no injuries or damage. California authorities beg to differ, saying he failed to produce his driver's license or proof of insurance before driving off. The remaining charges from the car accident, including driving without a valid license and proof of insurance, have been dismissed.