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Deferred Adjudication (Deferred Disposition) is a method to have your
citation dismissed upon the successful completion of a probationary
period – with the minimum 30 days and a maximum of 180 days probationary period. Even though
you plead “guilty” or “no contest,” the court does not “find you
guilty.” Instead, the court defers further proceedings and places you on
probation for a period of time with conditions of probation.
Generally the primary requirement of a deferred adjudication is that you
do not get another citation in the state of Texas while on probation;
however, the court may impose additional requirements including but not
limited to community service, tobacco, or alcohol classes. Deferred
Adjudication must be granted by the judge.
To Be Eligible for Deferred Adjudication
You Are Not Eligible for Deferred Adjudication if:
Additional Requirements if You Are Under 25 Years of Age
Big Sandy City Hall
P.O. Box 986
Big Sandy, TX 75755
Main Phone: (903) 636-4343
Fax: (903) 636-4413
Police: (903) 636-4200
Public Works: (903) 636-4343
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