Deferred Disposition

Terms of Deferred Disposition:  

  • Plea of guilty or no contest, waiver of jury trial and the right to discovery
  • A 90 day probation period (cannot receive any other like violations within the probation period)
  • Persons under the age of 25 with a moving violation must also complete a Driver's Safety Course
  • Payment of the full Window Fine
  • Provide a copy of your Class C Driver's License and the Deferred Disposition Request form (CDL holders are not eligible)

Eligibility Requirements:

  • You possess a valid Class C Driver's License, Commercial Drivers License's are not eligible.
  • You are not speeding in excess of 24 mph over the limit, nor in a construction zone.
  • Request is made within 20 business days of the citation.
  • You are not charged with Alcohol, Drug Paraphernalia, Theft, Assault, Disorderly Conduct, Public Intoxication (Please contact the court for full list)

Requirements for Submitting a Deferred Disposition Request:

  • The Deferred Disposition Request form 
  • Copy of your Class C Driver’s License (CDL holders are not eligible)
  • Payment of full window fine

You may submit required documents via e-mail for approval at, upon approval you will be notified to pay online

 **Failure to pay within 24 hours of the notice will result in an incomplete request, all incomplete requests will be denied and issued a Court Date to speak with the Judge in person.**


Failure to Comply with the Deferred Order: 

  • You will be required to appear in open court for a Show Cause Hearing before the Judge and/or;
  • A final judgment of Guilty may be entered by the Judge with a conviction reported to the State as required.
  • Additional fees and conditions may be assessed.



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