- Deferred Disposition
Deferred Disposition is an option that will keep your citation from being reported as a conviction on your driving record and will be dismissed if all terms required are successfully met. If any requirements are not met and you cannot provide a satisfactory reason at a hearing before the Judge, you will be found guilty and a conviction will be reported to the Department of Public Safety. Not all violations are approved for Deferred Disposition.
OFFENSES NOT QUALIFYING FOR DEFERRED DISPOSITION
- The citation alleges that you were speeding in a construction zone when workers were present.
- You have a commercial driver's license (CDL) even if the violation occurred while you were driving a private vehicle.
- All juvenile defendants who are under 17 years of age, must come to court with a parent. Notice will be mailed to the parent of the juvenile with the court date and time.
Mailing in request:
- Check the "deferred disposition request" next to the offense located towards the bottom on your citation.
- Circle your plea of Guilty or No Contest.
- Sign the area for the defendant's signature.
- Return this portion of your citation with a copy of your current driver's license, a copy of your current vehicle liability insurance card, and a check or money order. DO NOT MAIL CASH.
- Mail your payment and the required documents to: Red Oak Municipal Court, 101 Live Oak, Red Oak, Texas 75154.
- You will receive the Deferred Disposition Agreement which must be signed and returned to the court promptly.
Applicable fees MUST be paid at the time of the request. Contact the court for the amount to be included with your request.
Request for Deferred Disposition may be completed through the Online Deferred Disposition Form.
Note that making your request in this manner will NOT be in real-time and will require you to follow instructions given through the email address that you will provide.