If you were cited for a moving violation
you may request Deferred Disposition for the purpose of having
your case dismissed and not appear on your driving record .
Your application will be forwarded to the Judge to determine
eligibility for the program. You may pay the Administrative
Fee at the time of request. (The Administrative Fee is typically
equal to the amount of the fine for the violation for which
you have been charged.)
Only moving violations are eligible
for dismissal by deffered adjudication.
Senate Bill 1005, Effective September 1, 2005, Defendants under
the age of 25 who commit a "moving violation" will
be required to take a driving safety course as part of their
deferred adjudication request. If the defendant holds a provisional
license, the defendant will be required to be examined by the
Department of Public Safety as required by Section 521.161 (b)
(2), Transportation Code
Click here for forms for requesting the deferred disposition.
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