The state's traffic ticket amnesty program is coming to a close Monday.
Any traffic violators who have an outstanding ticket due before Jan. 1, 2013 may qualify for the one-time amnesty program.
Gov. Jerry brown signed the law into effect in 2015 allowing Californians with unpaid traffic and non-traffic violations to reduce their fees and have a suspended driver's license reinstated.
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The program unfortunately is not available to those with overdue parking tickets, DUI's or citations for reckless driving.
The program has resulted in $35 million returned to the state and helped 200,000 with their ticket troubles.
But anyone who needs to take advantage of the program has to do so before April 3.