Warrant Resolution: Alternative Court Comes to the Range

Hibbing Daily Tribune

By Carrie Manner

An ordinary room inside Range Mental Health Center in Hibbing served as a stage last week for an alternative courtroom where locals had the chance to resolve outstanding warrants without threat of arrest. St. Louis County judges, attorneys, law enforcement and probation officers established a laid back atmosphere with casual dress and the offerings of free lunch. Here, District Judge Rachel Sullivan presided over a case inside the former Cobb Cook Elementary school turned courtroom.

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