- Successful completion of the deferred disposition requirements will result in a dismissal of the charge and no conviction will be reported.
- The probationary period is between 90 to 180 days and begins when the fees are paid.
- If you were under the age of 25 at the time of the alleged offense, you will be required to take a driver safety course as a condition of your probation.
- If you have a Provisional Driver’s License, you will be required to take an Exam with Department of Public Safety as a condition of your probation.
- It is your responsibility to make sure that the court has current contact information on file (email and regular mailing address).
You are not eligible for Deferred Disposition if:
- You were involved in an accident or your case is delinquent (you must see the Judge).
- You were charged with speeding 25 miles or more over the speed limit or driving 90 mph or more
- You currently hold a commercial driver’s license
- You were charged with a violation in a construction zone when workers were present
- You have been on Deferred Disposition for any other charge within the past 12 months
To apply for Deferred Disposition:
- You must enter a plea of No Contest or Guilty
- Complete and submit all required information
- You must pay your deferred fees in full on or before the date ordered by the Court.
- The deferred fee is the total amount due for your violation (contact the court office for this information or see the fine schedule).
If you apply for deferred online you will receive an email response from the Court within four (4) business days. If deferred is granted, you will be able to pay your fees online. Deferred paperwork will also be mailed to the address on file.
Click here if you would like to apply for Deferred Disposition