Deferred disposition is a form of probation. The judge must approve your request. Appear in person on or before your court date. Plead guilty or no contest and pay the full amount of the citation (up front). The probation period can be from 90 to 180 days. After completion of your deferred disposition, your case will be dismissed and not reported as a conviction on your driving record. If you fail to successfully complete your deferred disposition, it will be reported as a conviction on your driving record.
Deferred disposition is not an option for the following offenses:
- Citations over 20 miles per hour in a school zone
- Citations for defendants that hold a CDL license at the time of the offense
- Citations for offenses committed in a construction zone with workers present
- Citations for over 25 miles per hour in a regular zone