Amnesty program allows Memphians to pay old tickets, regain driving privileges

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Memphis City Court Clerk’s office announced it will allow citizens to pay off old traffic tickets and regain driving privileges.

The program began Wednesday, according to a press release.

The program applies to any traffic ticket from a Memphis Police officer than is ten years old or more.

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Citizens can pay these tickets at half their face value, according to a press release.

The program will run through December 31.

Tickets can be paid at the Shelby County Criminal Justice Center at 201 Poplar, or at any of these MPD precincts: Appling Farms, Austin Peay, Crump, East Raines, and Ridgeway.

There are also options for tickets that are less than 10 years old, such as “Drive While You Pay” and “Time to Pay” programs, according to the press release.

Citizens can make arrangement through the City Court Clerk to pay these tickets on a monthly basis.

You can see if you qualify for one of these programs through at in-office visit at 201 Poplar Ave., Room 1-11A.