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You must request the deferral at the clerk’s counter or by mail within 15 days of your violation date.
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If you have received a traffic infraction, you may be eligible for a deferral. By successfully completing a deferral, the Court will not report your ticket to the Department of Licensing. Review more about deferrals:
To request a deferral, you may appear at the court or send in a mail request form (PDF) and submit the fee of $150.
Instead of paying the face amount of your traffic infraction, you must pay a $150 administrative fee. The Court uses this fee to check your eligibility for deferral and to monitor your compliance with deferral terms.
The Court will end your deferral. You will be responsible for the face amount of your traffic infraction and the court will report to the Department of Licensing that you committed your traffic violation. In addition, a $52 penalty will be assessed against you, a case FTA ordered, and notification sent to the Department of Licensing to begin processing your driver’s license for suspension.
The Court will end your deferral and will report to the Department of Licensing that you committed your traffic infraction, and you will be sent a bill for the amount of fine indicated on your ticket.
The Court does not allow deferral for the following:
If you answer yes to any of these questions, you do not qualify to defer your infraction:
Yes. Review the Deferred Infraction Order Form (PDF).