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Deferred Disposition

Eligibility Guidelines:

  • You must not have had a deferred disposition in the Combine Municipal Court within the past 12 months.
  • You must have a valid Driver's License (not restricted to Texas).
  • You were not involved in an accident at the time of the offense.
  • Citations in excess of 25 mph or more over the posted speed limit or in excess of 85 mph are not eligible.
  • Citations for offenses occurring in a construction or maintenance zone with workers present are not eligible.
  • Holders of Commercial Drivers licenses are not eligible for deferred disposition regardless of whether the person
    was in a commercial vehicle or personal car (per sections 45.051(f) and 45.0511(s) of the Code of Criminal  Procedure.)

If you are eligible and choose this option, you can either download the deferred disposition request form and return it by mail along with payment before your scheduled court date, request in person at the Court window, or choose the deferred option if paying online.

You will be requested to:

  1. Enter a plea of guilty or no contest.
  2. Pay an administrative fee which is equal to the fine plus court costs. (Contact the court for the correct amount).   
  3. Complete a 90-day probation period. Anyone 25 years and under must also take Defensive Driving Course as a condition of the Deferred Disposition Order for any moving violations.
  4. Enclose a copy of your driver's license and proof of insurance.


If you are not charged or convicted with any other offense in the 90-day period, the charge will be dismissed.