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“These warrants are given to individuals who have failed to appear in court after being issued summonses for violating that quality of life,” Staten Island District Attorney Michael Mc Mahon said in a statement.
“While I have supported holding our Fresh Start events on Staten Island where individuals can take personal responsibility and request that their summons warrant be dismissed, I believe that issuing blanket amnesty for these offenses is unfair to those citizens who responsibly appear in court and sends the wrong message about the importance of respecting our community and our laws.” Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a statement that the effort is one step in a greater criminal justice reform plan.
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They said the warrants were for failing to pay tickets for minor offenses, but subjected those against whom they were issued to arrest and other penalties.
The district attorneys said the dismissal of warrants poses no threat to public safety, because the subjects of the warrants have not been arrested in 10 years.