Deferred disposition is a way to remove a traffic citation from a violator's record, and to do so the offender is required to serve a period of probation, which is assigned by a municipal court, according to the municipal court of Grand Prairie, Texas. Violators must fill out an application and pay the associated state fee before the case can be reviewed.
Offenders must also match the state's eligibility requirements before they can apply. These may vary by state, and should be verified before starting an application. Additionally, depending on age and degree of violation, some applicants may be subject to take a driver safety test, as stated by the municipal court of Plano, Texas.