Deferred disposition is a process in which the judge requires the defendant to adhere to certain conditions. If a defendant successfully complies with the conditions, the case will be dismissed. If the defendant does not comply with the terms of probation, a fine may be assessed and a conviction entered on their driving record.
Deferred Disposition requirements:
You are eligible to set up Deferred Disposition at the Clerk's Window prior to your court date if:
Upon entry of a 'guilty' or 'no contest' plea
The offense did not involve an accident
For speeding violations; speed is less than 25 MPH over the posted limit