Skip to content Skip to main navigation Skip to footer

You may be able to request that this charge be dismissed by requesting placement on Deferred Disposition Probation.
Deferred disposition is a process in which the judge requires the defendant to adhere to certain terms. If a defendant successfully completes those terms, the case will be dismissed. Terms may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Attending a defensive driving class
  • Completing a specified number of community service hours
  • Refraining from committing certain violations during a specified time period

Deferred Disposition cannot be taken to dismiss the charge if the defendant was speeding 25 mph or more over the speed limit, if the violation was committed in a construction zone when workers were present, if the defendant holds a Commercial driver license or failure to stop for a school bus.

Requesting Deferred Disposition
Request must be submitted on or before your initial court appearance date.
In Person – During regular business hours.
By Certified or Regular Mail -Send the completed “payment by mail” form, a copy of DL and insurance and a check or money order made payable to: Hill Country Village. Please note the fee is the full ticket amount plus $40. View fee schedule here.
By Email – Complete the form below. Do not pay online until the clerk sends an email with a link to pay.

A probation period will be no less than 30 days and will not exceed 180 days

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.
Today's Date:
I herby enter my appearance on the complaint of the above offense. I understand that I have a right to a jury trial. I herby waive my right to a jury trial or hearing by the court, plead:
I would like to receive necessary forms from the court by: