This option is another method for you to have your violation dismissed to prevent the offense from appearing on your driving or criminal record. The deferral period is from a minimum of 90 days to a maximum of 180 days. You are required to pay the state court costs and post a cash bond in the amount of the special expense fee at the time of your request.
You also may be required to take a driving safety course
as a condition of your deferred disposition. Deferred disposition is similar to DSC in that it is only granted once a year to have a violation dismissed. State law prohibits the deferred disposition option if a violation occurs in a construction zone when workers are present. If you hold a Commercial Drivers License, you are not eligible for deferred disposition.