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Driver's Safety Course, Deferred Disposition, Other Dismissal Options

Adults may apply for a dismissal option by mail, in person at the Court Clerk's office or in open court.  Juveniles may make the request only in open court. If you apply but do not qualify, the court will notify you of a court hearing. 

The judge may, at the judge's sole discretion, defer disposition on most cases. The holder of a commercial driver's license (CDL) is not eligible for deferred disposition or a Driving Safety Course on moving traffic violations. All costs must generally be paid when the court grants deferred. If you complete the required terms, the case is dismissed, and the court may impose a special expense fee not to exceed the maximum fine amount authorized by state law. The deferred period cannot exceed 180 days.

Dismissal options are: