Deferred Disposition (probation) is a suspended sentence and an option to have your violation dismissed. Upon your plea of of guilty or no contest , the Judge will defer any finding of guilt, assess the applicable fees and order you to comply with certain conditions. If you successfully comply with the terms and conditions, your case will be dismissed without a conviction.
Who is eligible for Deferred Disposition?
Defendants who are younger than 25 years of age must also complete a driving safety course as condition of probation.
You may choose to request Deferred Disposition to keep a moving traffic violation from appearing on your driving record. Deferred Disposition is similar to probation. Requests for Deferred Disposition on non-traffic violations must be requested before the Judge.
To request Deferred Disposition online, please click here: Request Deferred Disposition Online
To request Deferred Disposition by mail please click here: Request Deferred Disposition by Mail
The following items must be provided to the Court:
- Copy of your valid driver’s license (cannot be a commercial driver’s license or suspended)
- Copy of your current proof of insurance
- Deferred Disposition Application
Phone: 713.662.5825 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org