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'Traffic Violators' makes immediate impact

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Four days ago KUAM and the Judiciary of Guam launched "Traffic Violators", a program aimed at showcasing those in the community who have failed to appear in court for traffic citations. Since airing two such violators, marshals were able to capture both individuals who were wanted thanks to tips that were called in after viewers saw the segment during KUAM News Extra. 

So just a reminder - if you received a traffic citation and failed to appear in court, you may see yourself in a cameo appearance on our news program for a traffic warrant. If you want to avoid that from happening, you are urged to contact the Traffic Violations Bureau at the court in Hagatna or the Northern Court Satellite.

If you can't make it there to clear up your citation, you can make a credit card payment over the phone.

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