Thursday, April 22, 2010

Belvidere students may receive alternative to tickets

Belvidere police issued nearly 90 tickets to students for breaking the city’s daytime curfew law.

City Attorney Mike Drella said the students in court today or April 29 may have the ability to avoid paying a fine or court fees if they agree to eight-hour service projects set to begin May 19.
If students already paid their fine, the city may be able to provide reimbursements and work with them to arrange service projects, Drella said.

The School District likely will coordinate the community service of students found guilty or who plead guilty to violating the daytime curfew, Drella said.

Belvidere students may receive alternative to tickets - Rockford, IL - Rockford Register Star

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