Amnesty Offer For Some State Parolees Until March 31

Posted: March 8, 2014 at 5 a.m.

BENTONVILLE -- Some state parolees who have disappeared from the legal radar have until March 31 to turn themselves in and avoid more jail or prison time.

At A Glance

Amnesty Program

Dina Tyler, a deputy director for Arkansas Community Correction, said more than 100 parolees have turned themselves in as part of an amnesty program that the agency is offering. The amnesty started Feb. 1 and is being offered until March 31.

Source: Staff Report

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