City Marshal’s ‘Amnesty Day’ is Saturday, February 16 [VIDEO]
Shreveport City Marshal Charlie Caldwell and Assistant Chief Deputy James Jefferson talk with 101.7 / 710 KEEL's Robert J Wright and Erin McCarty about the 9th annual "Amnesty Day" and what it means to area residents who have outstanding warrants through Shreveport City Court.
Details on the program from ktbs.com:
"On this date, anyone who has outstanding warrants through Shreveport City Court can have their warrants recalled and a new court date scheduled without fear of being arrested or additional fees. In addition, anyone with delinquent fines can get a new payment schedule. Again, this is only for warrants and fines issued through Shreveport City Court.
Marshal Charlie Caldwell encourages anyone who thinks that they may have an outstanding warrant or delinquent fines to take advantage of this opportunity. The individual must come in person with their ID in order to reschedule a court date. The location is the Shreveport City Marshal's Office in the Shreveport City Courthouse located at 1244 Texas Avenue."
Jefferson also tells KEEL listeners that hours Saturday from 8am til 5pm. Those needing more info can call 318 673-6800