Thursday is the last day to see a judge concerning the City of Tulsa's misdemeanor warrant amnesty program.
Municipal court will be in session at the community building at Whiteside Park in the 4000 block of South Pittsburg near Yale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Anyone with an outstanding misdemeanor warrant is welcome to attend. Officials say you won't be arrested and the court will not check on your immigration status.
Court officials say by attending Thursday's session you can avoid paying court costs and late fees. Warrant fees however must still be paid.
The warrant amnesty program ends Friday. Starting Monday, May 18, the city says they will begin what they're calling an aggressive warrant sweep.
For more information about the misdemeanor warrant amnesty program visit the City of Tulsa's website.