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Amnesty at Baker Court

The City Court of Baker, Baker City Court Judge Kirk A. Williams and Baker City Marshal Carl K. Dunn will provide an amnesty period for all of February to any Baker City Court defendant who has an outstanding bench warrant issued before Feb. 1.

The bench warrant will be recalled without first paying the normal bench warrant recall fee, a news release said.

The defendant will be given a new court date and additional time to pay any outstanding fees. The program does not reduce the fees.

The clerk’s office will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. to help.

Call the court at (225) 778-1866 or the Baker Police Department at (225) 775-6000 during the same hours to find out if you have an outstanding warrant in Baker.

Defendants who have received proper amnesty are excluded from the program.

Frederick Douglass program planned

The Baker Branch Library, 3501 Groom Road, will host African American Heroes: Frederick Douglass from 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 24.

Baker City Council member Charles Vincent will present the documentary “Frederick Douglass: When the Lion Wrote History” followed by a presentation and question time.

School supplies will and refreshments will be provided by Vincent and Ashley Optical.

Call the library at (225) 778-5940 for information.


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