Deferred Disposition

Requirements

You cannot request deferred if charged with the following: 

  • Charged with a speed of 95 miles per hour or more even if the charge is less than 24 miles per hour over the speed limit (offenses after September 1, 2007)
  • No serious traffic violations
  • Speeding violations must be no more than 24 miles per hour over the speed limit to qualify
  • A violation that occurred in a construction zone with workers present

Commercial Driver License Holders

  • Deferred Dispositions are not available

Texas Residence & Out of State Residence

  1. A defendant must enter a plea of no contest or guilty to request Deferred Disposition
  2. Return the completed Deferred Disposition Application in person or by mail. If mailed, please send a self addressed stamped envelope (call Court for amount owed)
  3. A copy of your personal insurance card
  4. A copy of your driver license
  5. A Drivers Safety Course will be ordered when there has been an accident
  6. A Drivers Safety Course will be ordered if under the age of 25 at the time of the offense
  7. A Driving Test with the Department of Public Safety will be ordered if you have a "provisional" driver license

Payment Method

  • Cash, if in person
  • Cashier’s Check or Money Order

No personal checks or credit cards accepted