Three Month Ticket Amnesty Program Begins in Vermont

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Three Month Ticket Amnesty Program Begins in Vermont

Sep, 10th 2016

“We want folks to take advantage of it.”Chauncey Liese, DMV officialBy Gordon DritschiloStaff WriterThousands of Vermonters will have the chance to get their driver’s licenses back starting Thursday.The driver restoration program will let people with unpaid fines for old traffic tickets apply for reduced fines of $30 per ticket. Once the reduced fines are paid, they can have license suspensions for nonpayment lifted.The program runs Sept. 1 through Nov. 30. Judgment must have been entered on the tickets prior to July 1, 2012.The application form is available online at vermontjudiciary.org, at the Vermont Judicial Bureau in White River Junction, or at Department of Motor Vehicles offices in Bennington, Montpelier, Newport, Rutland, South Burlington and Springfield.Chauncey Liese, section chief of the suspension and reinstatement unit at DMV, said he did not...

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