Of course! Your chances are going to be better if you have an attorney (especially if your cases are in Richardson Municipal Court). Nothing prohibits you from getting another deferred and you really want to prevent convictions on both charges if at all possible. A conviction on the MIC will definitely violate the deferred on your speeding ticket. I would contact a ticket attorney in your area.
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