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Garfield Heights Municipal Court is offering options to clear arrest warrants

The program is called E-Safe Surrender.

GARFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio — Amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) health emergency, Garfield Heights Municipal Court has started a program aiding those with an outstanding warrant and who have not complied with probation or payment to settle their cases.

Through the program, E-Safe Surrender, Garfield Heights court officials are asking anyone with an outstanding warrant who has not complied with probation or payment to settle their case in one of three ways.

Court officials are asking people to surrender via email at  safe@ghmc.org or by calling the court by phone at 216-475-1900 or finally by mailing information needed to the Garfield Heights Clerk of Court, 5555 Turney Road, Garfield Heights, Ohio 44125.

Phone hours for the court are Monday through Friday from  8:30 am until 3:30 p.m.

The court requires his or her current mailing address, email address, telephone number, text number and the last four digits of their social security number, date of birth and all known case numbers.

The court will recall any warrants immediately without any appearance and without payment of any monies.

The court will set up a telephone conference within 48 hours and attempt to resolve the matter without an in-person court appearance.

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