Washington, Feb 21 : Britney Spears' unfortunate driving-without-a-license case has been postponed in a Van Nuys, California, courtroom.
The delay came after the 26-year-old star's attorneys argued that she was not "mentally capable" of giving a deposition or signed declaration.
Now a new hearing date has been set to be March 20, by Superior Court Judge T.K. Herman.
Last august, the 'Toxic" star was charged for hit and run and driving without a license after crashing into a parked car.
However, the hit and run charge was dropped after she came to a settlement with the car owner.
Meanwhile, Spears was placed under the conservatorship of her father and an attorney on Feb1 after she was admitted to UCLA Medical Center for a psychological evaluation.