- Municipal Court
- Deferred Disposition
Deferred Disposition (Probation)
Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Holders are not eligible for this option.
With a plea of no contest, you may request that you be granted a deferred disposition (probation) dismissal if you are not currently on probation for another violation. Other important items to know about this request are as follows:
- The total costs of a deferred disposition will be the same as the full fine amount and must be paid at any time and in any increment during the period of deferral.
- If you are charged with an insurance offense, your request must be accompanied by proof of valid liability insurance. You will be required to maintain your liability insurance coverage throughout the period of deferral, and at the end of your deferral period, present proof to the court that you maintained insurance throughout the deferral period.
- If you were under 25 years of age at the time of the offense, you must complete a driving safety course and present the certificate to the court before the end of your deferral period.
- If you were under 18 years of age and hold a provisional driver's license at the time of the offense, you must complete a driving safety course, re-take the DPS driving test and present the certificate and test results to the court before the end of your deferral period.
Submitting the Request
You can use the Deferred Disposition Request Form to make your request by mailing your request to the municipal court or by emailing a scanned copy of the Deferred Disposition request form to firstname.lastname@example.org. In order for your request to be granted the request form must be filled out completely and you must meet all eligibility requirements.