According to the Atlanta Municipal Court Facebook page, anyone with a ticket or citation for a traffic violation can report to court at the originally scheduled day and time.
It’s the first time the court has opened for business since the cyberattack on the city on March 22.
The City of Atlanta official Twitter account sent out a tweet shortly after the attack saying:
“The City of Atlanta is currently experiencing outages on various customer-facing applications, including some that customers may use to pay bills or access court-related information. Our @ATL_AIM team is working diligently with support from Microsoft to resolve this issue. Atlantaga.gov remains accessible. We will post any updates as we receive them. Thank you for your patience.”
The city sent out reset notices while the court was closed due to technical outages.
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