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Warrant Forgiveness Program Scheduled for October

Warrant Forgiveness Program Scheduled for October

9 am-1 pm Thursdays, October 5, 12, 19, 26

The City’s Mayor’s Court and Police Division have partnered together to host a series of Warrant Forgiveness Days, every Thursday during the month of October. Between the hours of 9 am-1 pm on October 5, 12, 19 and 26, attending individuals with existing traffic or non-violent misdemeanor warrants issued by the City of Upper Arlington Mayor’s Court will have their warrants canceled and new court dates issued with no cash bond required.

The City recognizes that outstanding warrants can be a barrier for those looking to work, raise a family and/or live in our community. Warrant forgiveness is a proactive, limited-time program designed to help individuals facing minor charges avoid arrest. During the forgiveness program, Upper Arlington Mayor’s Court will cancel outstanding traffic and/or non-violent misdemeanor warrants and reinstate cases on a docket for hearing and disposition, with no cash bond required and no questions asked.

The Warrant Forgiveness Program only applies to Upper Arlington Mayor’s Court. If you have active warrants through another agency or court, they will be strictly enforced, and you could face jail time. If you wish to participate in the Upper Arlington Forgiveness Program but are unsure if you have additional outstanding warrants, check with the following agencies:

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