Deferred Dispositions

With a plea of GUILTY OR NOLO CONTENDERE , payment of court costs, fine, and special expense fee, and a written request, on or before the appearance date on your citation, you may qualify for a deferred disposition. A Deferred Disposition is a 30 day probationary period whereby you are required to not receive any moving violations during that probationary period. Also, if you are age 18 through 24, you must also complete an accredited Drivers Safety Course (DSC) in order to comply with the Deferred Order. Your deferral period is increased from 30 days to 60 days. If you comply with all requirements, your violation will be dismissed and not show on your driving record. The written request (the reverse side upper portion of the Court Information Sheet may be used as your request in writing) and payment of the suggested amount of fine (see back of Court Information Sheet) plus a $ 75.00 special expense fee, must reach the Court before the appearance date on your citation. Persons under the age of 18 wanting a deferred disposition, please contact the Court direct for additional information. Holders of any COMMERICIAL DRIVER LICENSE and alleged speeds of 100 mph or more do not qualify for a deferred disposition.