East Point kicks off ticket amnesty on MLK day

In conjunction with the MLK Day of Service, the city of East Point is providing residents the opportunity to resolve unpaid fines and fees with little to no penalties, according to a press release. Through its Ticket Amnesty period from Jan. 22 through March 5, fees stemming from Failures to Appear in Court will be waived.

During this period, residents can also apply to request restriction of an arrest record for non-violent crimes committed in East Point. The $25 application fee to request restriction on Jan. 26, Feb. 9, and March 2 will be waived.

The event takes place at the East Point Municipal Court, located at 2727 East Point Street.

All applications will be reviewed by Solicitor Antavius Weems.

Go to to obtain an application.

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