Deferred Disposition

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Deferred disposition is a form of probation that you may request from the judge to prevent your citation from being on your record.  It can last from 1-180 days as ordered by the judge.  The judge will also assign a fee which you can pay any time prior to the assigned completion date. The judge has the authority to assess a variety of other requirements as he deems appropriate. You must contact the court within 2 working days of the deferred completion date (before or after) in order for your citation to be dismissed.  Failure to do so could result in a conviction on your record and maximum fine.

If you are under age 25, you will be required to take a Driver Safety Course (defensive driving) for a moving violation, in addition to other requirements set by the judge.

To request a deferred disposition, you must appear before the judge at 2 p.m. on a Tuesday or Thursday at the Conroe Municipal Courtroom located at 2300 Plantation Dr., Conroe, Texas.  Call the Court for any questions.  936-522-3380.

Holders of a Commercial Drivers License (CDL) are not eligible for deferred disposition for moving violations.