AND DRIVERS LICENSE RELATED CITATIONS
Request for Dismissal
You may request a dismissal of your
citation if you are charged with the following offenses:
- Driving with Expired Registration
- Driving with Expired
Motor Vehicle Inspection (MVI)
- Driving with Expired Drivers License
Your request may be as soon as the citation
has been filed with the court or on your scheduled court date.
You may make your request in the following
- In person at the Court Clerk's
- By mail to: Municipal Court Building
Laredo Municipal Court
P.O. Box 579
Laredo, Texas 78042
Upon request for dismissal of your citation,
you must pay a $20.00 dismissal
fee and submit proof that the offense for which you have
been charged has been corrected. (Copy of renewed registration-)
inspection sticker, renewed drivers license.
If you have been charged with expired
inspection or registration, the defect must have been remedied
within 10 working days and not have been expired for more
than 60 days.
The offenses of No Valid Drivers
License and No Valid Proof of Vehicle Liability Insurance also
qualify for the Dismissal request if the following conditions are met:
- No Valid Drivers License:
Proof submitted that you did have a valid drivers license on
the day you were ticketed and a $10.00 dismissal fee.
- No Valid Proof of Vehicle Liability
Insurance: Proof submitted that you were covered by a
valid policy of vehicle liability insurance on the date and
time of the offense. The information provided must contain
the following information, and will be verified by the Court.
Should the proof prove to be invalid you will be sent a Court
date in order to appear before the Judge and give your reason(s)
why the coverage was not valid.
- The name, address and telephone
number of the insurer;
- The name and address of the named
- The policy number;
- The effective and expiration dates
of the policy;
- The make and model of the covered
- A statement that the policy meets
the minimum amounts of vehicle liability insurance required
by the Texas Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act.
NOTE: In requesting any of the above
Dismissal Options, you must enter a Plea of Guilty or Nolo Contendere.