Deferred Disposition

Dismissing a Case

 
Judges may defer disposition for cases. If the case is eligible for deferred disposition and the defendant completes the required terms, it is dismissed. Deferred disposition is 180 days of unsupervised probation. During the deferral period, you cannot receive another violation of the same nature. 

Eligibility

 
To qualify for deferred disposition, you cannot currently be on a deferred disposition program at this court or any court. You cannot have completed a deferred disposition program in the last 12 months. If you received a moving violation, you must meet the following requirements: 

  • You are not currently participating in a deferred disposition in any other court.
  • You did not possess a commercial driver's license at the time of the offense.
  • You have not participated in any deferred disposition program during the past one year (calculated from date of previous dismissal to the date of your current citation) in this court.
  • Your violation was not in a construction / work zone with workers present.

Restrictions 
You may not be eligible for deferred disposition for the following moving violations:

Cases in which an accident occurred

          Speeding more than 25MPH over limit /Passing a School Bus


Additional Requirements

 
If you are 24 or younger you will be required to complete a 
Driver’s Safety Course as a condition of your deferral if you received a citation for a moving violation.


  • Application Process 
    If you are eligible, you may sign up for deferred disposition by sending the following two items to the court or appearing at the court on or before your appearance date: 

  •        Required fee
  •       The Deferred Disposition Affidavit Form