District court offering amnesty to those with warrants

District court offering amnesty to those with warrants
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JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - The Craighead County District Court will once again offer amnesty to those with outstanding warrants.

In addition to unpaid tickets, this year the court will also offer amnesty to those with an outstanding failure to appear, according to a social media post.

Interested parties must appear in person at the district court’s front window at the Justice Complex, 410 W. Washington, to be screened for eligibility.

If determined to be eligible, the individual will take the documentation to the police department holding a warrant for their arrest.

The person will not be arrested on the FTA warrant but will be served a new court date for one of the Amnesty Fridays in March.

The participant must show up in person at the designated time and date to appear before either Judge David Boling or Judge Tommy Fowler.

The program is limited to the first 500 eligible participants.

Amnesty Days will be held on March 1, 8, 15, and 22.

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Posted by Jonesboro Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 8 on Thursday, February 14, 2019

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