Lancaster County Court will hold its second night court session in a pilot project Thursday from 4:30-7 p.m.
People with misdemeanor warrants for unpaid fines and failing to appear in court can come to the session and clear their warrant without being arrested, Chief Deputy Lancaster County Attorney Bruce Prenda said.
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Other court matters have already been scheduled for the session.
The first night court session was held May 30, and court officials are closely watching these sessions to gauge whether a permanent night court could be offered to better fit the schedules of working people and parents who have trouble getting to court during normal 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. hours.