Amnesty program for traffic violators

From May to July, those with past due driving tickets can pay off fines without penalties.

Forget to pay off that traffic ticket? Well, the city of Dunwoody is offering you a chance to make it right.

From May to July, the city’s municipal court will be offering an amnesty program for people with past due driving citations.

The program is designed to promote people keeping their driver's license, help them settle outstanding violations and help reduce arrests for bench warrants associated with the traffic scofflaws, city officials said.

During the amnesty period, if fines are paid in full, all penalty fees will be forgiven. If the citation requires a court appearance, a court date can be set and all warrants and associated fees will be waived, according to city officials.

The municipal court is at 41 Perimeter Center East, Suite 103. People seeking amnesty for their past due traffic citations don’t need an appointment. The court is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information, call 678-382-6973.


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