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Grant holding Amnesty Day in August

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GRANT, AL (WAFF) -

The town of Grant will have an Amnesty Day in August.

Amnesty will be offered to all individuals who have failed to appear or pay fines, have outstanding warrants, or pending court issues. Anyone who wishes to take advantage may do so by contacting the municipal court. You must then appear in open court at the Grant Municipal Court at 4766 Main St. at 4 p.m. Aug. 16.

Only individuals who have outstanding warrants for failure to pay fines or attend court on their assigned dates are eligible for this program.

Any eligible individual with a warrant who comes into contact with law enforcement prior to taking advantage of this amnesty program is subject to immediate arrest. Only cases that have already been adjudicated by the court are eligible for warrant amnesty. These are typically for failure to pay fines or failure to appear in court.

For information about the program, call 256-728-2007 or to go the Grant Municipal Building.

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