Washtenaw County courts offering amnesty program for outstanding traffic tickets
ANN ARBOR – The 14A, 14B and 15th District Courts are offering an amnesty program for outstanding traffic civil infractions through Oct. 30. The program aims to help those who have outstanding tickets or suspensions get a valid license by potentially reducing their ticket rates. Anyone who was issued a traffic civil infraction prior to Dec. 31, 2018 under the following jurisdictions:14A District Courts: 14A-1 Pittsfield, 14A-2 Ypsilanti, 14A-3 Chelsea or 14A-4 SalineThe 14B District Court Ypsilanti TownshipThe 15th District Court City of Ann ArborHow does it work? To find out if your tickets are eligible for the amnesty program, check the following websites or call the court:✉ Like what you’re reading? Here are the numbers for each court:14A-1: 734-971-605014A-4: 734-429-250414A-2: 734-484-669014B: 734-483-530014A-3: 734-475-860615th: 734-794-6750It is important to note that the 14A, 14B and the 15th District Courts are separate District Courts and payments must be made to your specific court location.
Trump replaces Pentagon watchdog who was overseeing $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus spending
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Honda hit with record fine for not reporting deaths
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