Deferred Disposition

You may request Deferred Disposition to prevent a conviction from going on your driving record. Deferred Disposition is commonly referred to as "probation." Basically it means that you will pay the fines and fees accessed by the Judge and he will agree to "defer" his finding of guilt for a period of up to 180 days. With this request, you will enter into an agreement with the Court that you will not receive any convictions in your deferral period. If you completed the deferral period without incident, the violation will not affect your driving record. If you get another conviction or do not pay the fees accessed by the Judge, you will have a Show Cause hearing to determine the result of your case.