An attorney for Britney Spears today declined a plea bid that would have committed her on twelve months of probation and coerced her to ante up a $150 fine for colliding with a parked automobile and departing the scene without reporting it to the owners. Michael Flanagan stated that Britney would consider a bid that brings down the charge and asks her to compensate merely a $10 fine. He stated if the lawsuit does move to trial, as scheduled later on this month, he will appeal any judgment of conviction. He stated the 26-year-old singer is being unfairly targeted at since she's a celebrity and doesn't merit a spot on her record. The accusation is the final remainder of a felonious lawsuit that city prosecutors charged against Britney after she collided with a parked automobile in August 2007 and departed without giving notice to the owner.