I was on my home from being at the family law county Clerks office half my day. Was passing a school zone and a motorcycle cop pulls me over for speeding. I honestly thought I was going the speed limit 30mph So he gave me a ticket for going 33mph on a school zone.
If you violate the terms of your deferred disposition order, the court can find you guilty of the offense and report a conviction to the DPS. Read the terms of the order and see if it is a violation to RECEIVE a citation during the probationary period, or be CONVICTED of a citation during the probationary period. Call a local attorney if you need help.
What are the terms of your deferred disposition? Read it. If it indicates that it is a violation to be issued a ticket to be found guilty - then you have a problem, Contact a local lawyer to help you.
The Courts are more frequently requiring people to submit a driving record proving they have not had any violations. If they do not find out, you may be okay.
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