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Deferred Disposition is a type of probation that can dismiss your citation if you meet certain criteria. You will be on probation for up to 60 days, depending on the kind of violation.
When you successfully complete deferred disposition, there is no final conviction and the complaint may not be used against you for any purpose. A conviction will not be reported.
You must answer the following questions to determine if you qualify for deferred disposition:
Your answers will determine whether you are eligible for deferred disposition; if you are under 25 you will be required to take a driver safety course as a condition of deferred disposition.
If you qualify, please read the instructions, and fill out the Deferred Disposition - Instructions and Request Form.
Disqualifying factors include: