BROOKLYN - Another Project Safe Surrender is being held in the borough, giving some people a chance to start over.
The program gives people with outstanding warrants and summonses for minor offenses the chance to see a judge, and often times get their cases dismissed.
The Kings County District Attorney's Office uses the initiative to help clear some of the thousands of backlogged warrants in the court system.
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Charges that can be handled during a Safe Surrender event include marijuana possession, drinking alcohol in public and disorderly conduct, along with a host of other minor offenses.
The event goes from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Church of the Open Door on Gold Street in Downtown Brooklyn.