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Probation or Deferred Disposition

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With a plea of guilty or no contest, you may be eligible for probation or a deferred disposition of your case. The terms "probation", "deferred adjudication," or "deferred disposition" are generally used interchangeably in municipal courts.

If the ticket was for speeding, and the alleged speed was 30 miles per hour or more, over the speed limit, then the defendant cannot get deferred disposition at the court window or online. If the speed was 30 mph or greater over the limit, the defendant must schedule a court date to see the judge. If speeding was in a school zone over 10 MPH of the posted limit deferred will not be allowed.

All defendants under the age of 25 years of age must complete a defensive driving course, as required by law, as a term of probation. Defensive driving certificate must be presented to the court before the end of the probation period.

You may appear at Municipal Court, located at 825-B Thousand Oaks Drive in Hurst, complete a Motion for Deferred Disposition, and post a special expense fee to cover fees and court costs. Those fees and court costs are usually in the amount of the counter fine for the offense with which you are charged.

Access online payments to request "Deferred" here or you may print, complete and mail your request along with the required documents and payment to the court for processing.

Provided the municipal court judge grants your motion for deferral, you will be placed on probation for a period of time, usually 90 days. As a condition of your probation, you must not receive another citation in the City of Hurst during the 90-day probation period. Other conditions may be imposed for your probation, but you will be made aware of those terms with your motion for deferred disposition.

The Court requires the Motion for Deferred Form and payment by check, credit card or money order.

At the conclusion of the probation period and provided the conditions of your probation have been met, the municipal court judge will dismiss the citation without a final disposition. For traffic offenses, dismissals will not be reported to the Department of Public Safety in Austin, and the dismissal should not affect your driving record.


City of Hurst
Municipal Court
825-B Thousand Oaks Drive
Hurst, Texas 76054
(817) 788-7045