The city of Atlanta is continuing to rebound from the cyber attack that hit over a week ago, and as of Tuesday the Municipal Court of Atlanta is resuming some of its services.
Citizens can now pay parking ticket in-person, online and over the phone. However, the court remains unable to process payments for non-parking related matters, and customer applications used to retrieve customer information remain unavailable.
Other services include court phone lines as well as processing of the in-custody calendar which is conducted Monday through Friday.
Defendants whose cases were impacted will be mailed reset notices. Failure To Appear walk-in Court will not be held until after city systems restored.
"We want to ensure a commitment toward transparency and perseverance during the challenging times of the city-wide cyberattack. We are working around the clock to keep everyone informed about ongoing Court services," said Chief Judge Graves in a new release. "The court is working in conjunction with the City to bring to bare all the technology and resources available to ensure we are able to fully serve all of our clients. I would like to thank the City for their support and citizens for their patience during this time."
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