Plea Form

The plea form is used mainly for warrant purposes but can also accompany requests for jail time credit. When paying a citation or a request is made for jail time credit, a plea will need to be entered into our court records. The defendant will need to print the form, select one plea, and send it with payment or request.

Plea Form

Judgment of Deferred Disposition

Deferred Disposition is a type of probation that may be available to eligible defendants upon recommendation by the prosecutor or at the discretion of the court.

If the period of probation is completed by the defendant without any violation of the conditions of probation, at the end of the probationary period the charge will be dismissed and no record of conviction will result.

Terms of probation may include, but are not limited to, refraining from committing certain violations during a specified time period, attending a defensive driving class, completing an alcohol or tobacco awareness class, or completing a specified number of community service hours. Deferred Disposition will not be granted without a formal court appearance by the defendant. Any violation of the conditions of probation may result in a conviction being entered against the defendant for the offense charged, and, upon conviction, the maximum fine allowed by law will become immediately due and payable.

Compliance Affidavit for Deferred Disposition

Cash Bond Form

Use this form if you miss an appointed court date and need to secure a new court date.  You will need to post a cash bond, which equals the charge indicated on your traffic ticket, to secures a new court date.  As stated in this application, if you miss the second appointed court date, the cash bond is forfeited.

For more information about this application, please contact Municipal Court at

Click here to download the Cash Bond Form

Defensive Driving Requests

If you are charged with a traffic offense, you may be eligible to request to take a driving safety course to dismiss the charge. The request must be made within fifteen (15) days from the date of the citation.

– Additional requirements and restrictions apply.  Please contact the court for further information.

Defensive Driving Request Form