CLEVELAND, Tenn. (AP) -- Misdemeanor offenders who have not complied with court requirements in Bradley County can begin a do-over this week.
Court officials have declared Freedom Week to give a fresh start to people who have missed court dates, failed to attend DUI school, missed appointments, failed to compete community service or are late on paying fines, fees costs or restitution.
The Cleveland Daily Banner reported offenders wanting to take advantage of the program need to call the misdemeanor probation office of the Bradley County court system this week.
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