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Warrant Resolution Day to be Held in Duluth

Posted: Tuesday, October 17, 2017

St. Louis County District Court in Duluth is partnering with local prosecutors, law enforcement agencies, the public defender’s office and Community Connect to hold a Warrant Resolution Day on Thursday, October 26, 2017, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Damiano Center in Duluth.
During the event, individuals with outstanding warrants from anywhere in Minnesota will have the opportunity to speak with a public defender or prosecutor, arrange to pay outstanding fines, or have a hearing before Sixth Judicial District Chief Judge Sally Tarnowski regarding their warrant. In addition to local judges and court staff, representatives from the Sixth District Public Defender’s Office, Duluth City Attorney’s Office, St. Louis County Probation, St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office, and the Driver Diversion Program will be on site during the event.
The event is intended to simplify the process of resolving an outstanding warrant, with the goal of helping people avoid being arrested or detained for having an outstanding warrant. Local justice partners will make their best efforts to resolve an individual’s case or cases during the event.
Individuals can determine if they have an outstanding warrant in St. Louis County by visiting
The Damiano Center is located at 206 West 4th Street in Duluth.
Information about the event is posted at and is available by calling Duluth Court Administration at (218) 726-2460.
NOTE TO MEDIA: In order to protect the privacy of event participants, the use of cameras and other recording devices will not be allowed on Damiano Center property during the event. If you would like to interview a judge or other justice partner involved in organizing the Warrant Resolution Day before October 26, please contact Amy Turnquist at (218) 726-2460 or