Original article can be found in The Sacramento Bee.
California courts will give drivers with unpaid traffic tickets a financial break under a limited state amnesty program launched this week.
Motorists with outstanding tickets originally due on or before Jan. 1, 2013 will be allowed to pay them off at a reduced amount, either 50 or 80 percent of the citation amount, depending on the driver’s income, state officials said.
All assessed penalties will be waived, and payments can be made in installments.
The program, authorized by Senate Bill 85 and promoted by the Brown administration, goes into effect Thursday, Oct. 1. It contains provisions that will allow license reinstatement for drivers who lost their license because they failed to pay the fine or appear in court.
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