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Deferred Disposition is an option you may be able to request to
keep a violation off of your record. Deferred disposition is
available for most offenses.
If you would like to request Deferred Disposition you must do
1. Make your request for deferred disposition either in person, or in writing, or online before your appearance date.
2. Pay a fine and court costs on the day the deferred disposition request is submitted.
Once the judge has granted your deferred disposition request,
you will be placed on a probationary period, usually 90 days,
and you must not receive another citation during that time.
Other conditions may be imposed that you will be made aware
of, if applicable.
If your case is for a traffic violation:
if you are under 25 years of age, a Driving Safety
Course (DSC) must be taken as a condition;
if you have a provisional driver’s license (under age
18), examination by the Department of Public Safety
(DPS) is a condition.
Upon successful completion of the deferred period and timely
return of all required documents, the violation will be dismissed.