Deferred Disposition

Under CCP Article 45051, For Traffic Violations

Restrictions

You cannot request deferred if charged with the following:

  • A violation that occurred in a Construction Zone with Workers Present

Commercial Drivers License Holders

  • Deferred Not Available

If defendant is under 25 years of age at the time of the traffic offense, they must request a driving safety course as a condition of deferral. Please refer to the Driver Safety Course.

Texas Residence

  • A copy of your driver's license
  • A copy of your personal insurance card
  • A defendant must enter a plea of no contest or guilty to request Deferred Disposition
  • A Driver's Safety Course will be ordered if under the age of 25 at the time of the offense
  • A Driving Test with the Department of Public Safety will be ordered if you are under the age of 18 and have a provisional drivers license
  • Return the completed deferred application that is posted below this notice either in person or by mail. If you choose to mail, please send a self addressed stamped envelope (call Court for amount owed)
  • A Driver's Safety Course will be required if speed is greater than 24 mph over the speed limit.

Out of State Residence

  • All rules apply as the Texas Residence rules.

Payment Method

  • Cash, if in person only
  • Cashier's Check or Money Order (No personal checks accepted)
  • Credit cards accepted online at Official Payments
    1. Call the court at 940-433-2969 to obtain the exact amount owed and your case number
    2. Go to Official Payments
    3. Select Local Payments
    4. Enter Jurisdiction Code 6627
  • Credit cards accepted over the phone:
    1. Call the court at 940-433-2969 to obtain the exact amount owed and your case number
    2. Call 800-272-9829
    3. Select Option Number 3
    4. Our Jurisdiction Code is 6627

Application

Select the deferred application that fits your offense: