TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) - The Toledo Municipal Court will celebrate its 100-year anniversary this year.
To commemorate this, the court is holding an Amnesty Week from October 2 to October 7.
The purpose of Amnesty Week is provide an opportunity for people who have non-violent bench warrants to have their warrants cleared without the fear of being arrested.
"All of us judges have agreed that we will not take them into custody. We'll remove their bench warrants and see if we can resolve their cases that day. If we can't resolve their cases that day, they'll be given a future court date," said presiding judge Joshua Lanzinger of Toledo Municipal Court.