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Taylorsville Offers Traffic Offenders Amnesty

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TAYLORSVILLE, Utah (AP) -- For the sixth year in a row, the city is offering amnesty to anyone with an outstanding warrant from unpaid traffic tickets.

It's part of the annual Taylorsville Dayzz celebration.

Court administrator Sheri Argyle said the city is offering the amnesty to prevent traffic offenders from more serious legal trouble and to clear the courts of outstanding cases.

If you would like to participate all you have to do is visit the court's booth at the June 25th celebration between eleven a-m and four p-m. The court clerks will clear your warrant and waive any late fees and warrant service fees.

However, you will still be responsible for the initial fine for the ticket, and most of those fines can be paid at the booth.


The city will also offer amnesty from June 27th through July 8th for anyone who visits the court between eight a-m and five p-m.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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