St. Louis County Warrant Resolution Event Happens June 15
Local law enforcement and judicial officials are combining to provide an all-in-one event to provide individuals resolutions to their cases. St. Louis County and the Minnesota Judicial Branch-Sixth Judicial District invite those with a need to the Warrant Resolution Event planned for Tuesday, June 15 - with both in-person and COVID-friendly virtual options. The event will take place between 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM at the Damiano Center.
Similar to the way these past events have worked, the Criminial Justice Community will work together and make their best efforts to resolve the case or cases of participating individuals. This is an excellent opportunity to take advantage of a "one-stop" situation towards resolution.
If you're unsure whether or not there is a warrant out for you or a family member, you can always check the active list that's available on the St. Louis County website. There are two different database lists available - one for "active felony warrants" and another for "active misdemeanor warrants".
Interested individuals can participate by one of three ways on Tuesday, June 15 - between 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM:
- In person: at the Damiano Center: 206 West 4th Street in Duluth
- Via the telephone: call 1-833-568-8864
- Virtually - utilizing the Zoom platform: Click here and use the Meeting ID "161 406 4878" along with the passcode "1234"
Individuals needing a public defender are asked to call the 6th District Public Defender's Office at 218-733-1027.
While the Warrant Resolution Event is an excellent opportunity of resources available for those who need it, country and judicial officials share that the event is only valid for warrants issued in the State of Minnesota.
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