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State’s Amnesty Program for Unpaid Traffic Tickets Has Big First Month

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, November 10, 2015

California’s amnesty program for unpaid traffic tickets is just over a month old, but already courts have been swamped with applications from residents eager to get fines forgiven or reduced.

Los Angeles County, which has the largest court system in the state, processed 18,000 participation forms in the past 30 days, bringing in $1.3 million in fees and revenue.

But there is still a significant backlog in many courts across the state.

Read the whole story at KQED

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