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College Station’s Warrant Amnesty Starts Today

Starting Monday, February 11, it’s time again for a very popular program done twice a year in College Station: Warrant Amnesty.

College Station Municipal Judge Ed  Spillane says the grace period lasts three weeks through March 1, but after that, from March 2 through March 10, it’s the state-wide warrant round-up.

Spillane says, not only will taking care of business keep you from being arrested, but the $50 fee also will be waived, saving you a lot of money  if you have more than one case.

Spillane says you won’t get arrested for calling the court or coming to court to check if you have a warrant.

EdSpillane020813.mp3Ed Spillane visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia

To check your status, call the court at 9797-764-3683 , or CLICK HERE to go to the city website’s warrant listing

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Posted by on Feb 11 2013. Filed under Featured Stories, News.

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