Not only can you get a new court date for a warrant in Cleveland at an event “In the Neighborhood”, there are now 13 suburbs that have agreed to accept people referred to their courts. Judges in the 13 suburbs have agreed that people who have been identified on their schedule as “In the Neighborhood” referrals, who bring their In the Neighborhood paperwork will not be arrested for their traffic warrant or non-violent misdemeanor. They will have a hearing, and will be put on a payment plan. The suburban partners are;
Bedford, Berea, Bratenahl, Cleveland Heights, East Cleveland Euclid, Garfield Heights, Lyndhurst, Parma, Rocky River, South Euclid, Shaker Heights, and Woodmere. Click here for more information.