- What is Deferred Disposition?
Deferred Disposition is when the Court defers disposition without entering an adjudication of guilt and orders imposition of a deferred disposition fine and court costs. The Court will place you on a deferred disposition probation for a period not to exceed 180 days and may require certain conditions/requirements. If you successfully comply with the conditions of the agreement, then the case will be dismissed by the Court and not reported as a conviction.
- What is required at the time I request Deferred Disposition?
- A request for Deferred Disposition must be made on or before your Court appearance date. Requests are encouraged by email, mail, or drop box.
- Proof of valid Driver's License (NO CDLs) or State-issued ID (for non-moving violations).
- Plea of Nolo Contendere (No Contest) or Guilty, which waives your right to a Jury Trial.
- Payment of the Deferred Disposition Fine set by the Judge plus court costs. Refer to the Citation or contact the Court to obtain the amount to paid.
- Fill out and submit the Deferred Disposition Request Form.
- If Deferred Disposition is granted, what are the conditions?
- The probationary period will be determined by the Judge not to exceed 180 days. No tickets in the City of Ingleside during the deferral period.
- Under 25 years of age, shall complete State-approved Driver Safety Course.
- Provisional Driver License - Complete a DPS-administered Driving Road Test and complete State-approved Driver Safety Course.
- Insurance Offenses - Must maintain insurance during the deferral period and present to the court monthly.
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