Only the person whose name appears on the citation (other than a licensed attorney) can enter a plea for an offense.
Plea options are as follows:
Not Guilty - When you enter this plea, you are stating to the court that you believe you are innocent of the charge and would like to be placed on a trial docket. A jury trial will be scheduled unless you waive your right to a jury trial and request a bench trial (a trial before a judge).
Guilty - When you enter this plea, you are stating to the court that you are guilty of the offense as charged, and you are waiving your right to a jury trial. You will be required to pay the fine and court costs.
Nolo Contendre (No Contest) - When you enter this plea, it means that you do not wish to contest the citation, but you are not admitting guilt. You are waiving your right to a jury trial and will be required to pay the fine and court costs.
States Certificate of Discovery: STATES CERTIFICATE OF DISCOVERY AND DEFENDANT’S ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF RECEIPT OF EVIDENCE Pursuant to TEX. CODE CRIM. PROC. art. 39.14
“The State of Texas, by and through the attorney for the State, in accordance with article 39.14 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, hereby certifies to the Court that the materials set forth in the following paragraph have been provided to, or have been allowed to be inspected by, the defense prior to the beginning of any plea or trial of this cause:
The State further certifies that the above referenced material includes, where applicable, any exculpatory, impeachment, or mitigating documents, items or information that is in the possession, custody, or control of the State that tends to negate the guilt of the defendant or would tend to reduce the punishment for the offense charged. The State further acknowledges that all known exculpatory, impeachment, or mitigating evidence has been promptly disclosed and will be supplemented if discovered during or after trial.
The Defendant hereby acknowledges receipt of, or prior inspection of, the aforementioned materials.”