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Infraction Deferral Program

The Infraction Deferral Program is offered by the Prosecuting Attorney to allow safe drivers with a good driving record to maintain that record. Upon the payment of program fees and successful completion of program conditions, after 6 months your Citation will be dismissed. No convictions or “points” relating to your Citation will appear on your BMV driving record.

You are NOT eligible for the Infraction Deferral Program if:

• You have already paid your Citation.
• Your Citation is based upon violation of a Local Ordinance rather than a State Statute.
• You are a Habitual Traffic Offender .
• You have a Commercial Drivers License (CDL).
• You have a Probationary License.
• You do not have a valid drivers License.
• Your Citation is related to a criminal act, you are on probation for a criminal conviction, or other criminal charges are pending.

To participate in the program, you must sign an Infraction Deferral Agreement and abide by its terms. The agreement will be filed with the Court. If there are no violations of the agreement, your Citation will be dismissed.

Unless extraordinary circumstances are present, Citations for Passing a School Bus and Speeding 25+ MPH Over Speed Limit are NOT subject to deferral. Citations which result from a traffic accident are NOT subject to deferral unless proof of insurance is shown. The Prosecuting Attorney has complete discretion to deny any deferral.

Infraction Deferral Fees must be paid to the Traffic Violations Bureau only AFTER approval from the Prosecuting Attorney. You will be notified in writing upon acceptance of the Deferral Agreement.

Court Costs $70.00
Initial User’s Fee $52.00
Monthly User’s Fee (6 months) $60.00
Automated Record Keeping Fee $5.00
Document Storage Fee $5.00
Highway Work Zone Fee $0.50

DO NOT send money directly to the Prosecuting Attorney. All payments must be received only by the Traffic Violations Bureau.

Step 1. Get the Infraction Deferral Agreement online at the website of the Prosecuting Attorney,, or from the Infraction Deferral Coordinator.

Step 2. Sign and complete the Deferral Agreement and send it to the Traffic Violations Bureau along with a copy of your ticket. Send to: Traffic Violations Bureau, 501 East Court Avenue, County Government Bldg., Jeffersonville, IN 47130.

Step 3. If you hold an out-of-state driver’s license, you must also send a printout of your driving history from your Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

Step 4. After acceptance into the Infraction Deferral Program, pay the total Infraction Deferral Fee ($192.50) to the Traffic Violations Bureau. The 6-month program begins when the payment is received.

Payment Methods to the Traffic Violations Bureau:

By Mail - Only with a certified check, cashier's check, or money order (no cash or personal checks accepted).

Online - Visit (credit card only).

In-person - Pay with cash, credit card, certified check, cashier's check, or money order.

Clark County Prosecuting Attorney
Infraction Deferral Coordinator
(812) 285-6269

Infraction Deferral Agreement (PDF File)

Traffic Citations in Clark County Pamphlet (PDF File)