LIRLJ 3.6 DEFERRED FINDINGS A. Deferred Findings. The court may defer findings regarding traffic infractions either before or following a contested hearing or defer entry of an order following a mitigation hearing for up to one year and impose conditions on the person. B. Limit. A person may not receive more than one deferral within a seven-year period for moving violations and one deferral within a seven year period for nonmoving violations. C. Conditions. For moving violations the conditions may include attendance at traffic safety school, payment of some or all of the presumptive fine and an administrative fee. For nonmoving violations the conditions may include payment of some or all of the presumptive fine and an administrative fee. D. Administrative Fee. An administrative fee shall be charged. E. Dismissal. After the end of the deferral period, the court will dismiss the infraction if the person has met all the conditions of deferral and has not committed another traffic infraction during the period. F. Subsequent Violation during the deferral period. The Court will notify a person during the pending deferment of a violation by first class mail to the address provided by the deferred person. The Court will note the deferred violation as committed and transmit the Notice of Infraction to the Department of Licensing. The Court shall have no other obligation to the deferred person in this regard. [Effective September 1, 2002]
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