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Tulsa courts offer amnesty period on unpaid moving violation tickets

Posted at 5:55 AM, Feb 24, 2020

TULSA, Okla. — The city of Tulsa is offering drivers with unpaid tickets a chance to save some money during an amnesty period.

Drivers will still have to pay the ticket here at city hall, or the municipal courts, but starting Monday, they won't pay any additional fees.

The Tulsa Municipal Court is offering its second amnesty session through it's Resilient Tulsa Strategy, which allows drivers to pay off their tickets without the added late or warrant fees.

The amnesty period does have restrictions.

It's limited to moving violations only such as running red lights or speeding.

Currently, the city has more than 10,000 unpaid moving violation tickets which adds up to more than $1.2 million owed to the city.

If you're unable to pay the fines in full, you can set up a payment plan with a judge.

You can request to see them through the Municipal Courts Office, Room 228, between 8 and 9 am every week day.

Along with City Hall, you can also pay outstanding tickets at the municipal courts on the second floor, anytime between 8 and 3:45 pm, Monday through Friday.

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