Have a municipal misdemeanor warrant out for your arrest? The City of Tulsa is offering an amnesty period from May 4-15 to avoid paying court costs and fees. You'll still have to pay the warrant fee.
You can attend one of four docket sessions from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the following dates and locations:
“We are bringing a full service court with judges and cashiers at locations within the community and will have expedited court dockets to handle the increased volume of cases quickly,” said Kelly Brader, Director of City of Tulsa Municipal Courts.
People who have failed to appear for a citation or arrest case and have warrants for failure to pay must appear before a judge to settle their case. You will not be arrested for the outstanding warrants.
Immigration status of those appearing will not be checked, Brader said in a news release.
After the amnesty period, there will be an aggressive warrant sweep through the city of Tulsa, the release states.
If you have questions about outstanding city warrants, call 918-596-7761. If you aren't sure if there is a warrant out for your arrest, call Customer Care at 918-596-2100.