Amnesty program launched to aid those with misdemeanor & traffic warrants

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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – The Amnesty project kicked off Saturday at St. Louis Community College’s. This is the fifth year that the college and more than 30 city and county municipalities have participated in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area Amnesty Project.

Better Family Life is offering St. Louisans who have misdemeanor warrants, traffic related warrants and child support cases an opportunity to resolve their legal issues.

The program will be conducted over three days from 7 am to 7 pm.

Tonight you can visit the forest park campus for assistance.

On Wednesday the program will be held at the Florissant Valley campus and on Saturday, August 8th at the Meramec campus.

Participants will be assessed a $10 processing fee to cover all warrant vouchers. STLCC representatives will also be on hand to discuss educational opportunities available to participants.

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