Its amnesty week in Erie County and that means people owing back child support can pay, without being hauled off to jail. For this one week, bench warrants are suspended and won't be enforced. Although the program may help some families collect what they're owed, others say it creates more of a set-back. Maggie Green is owed about $3,500 in child support. She says she doesn't think her son's biological father should be given another chance. Officials involved with the amnesty program say they understand those concerns, but say there are many benefits to having the week. If a person does take advantage of the amnesty, they still have to eventually pay all that they owe. Also, if the parent promises to pay and doesn't, the warrant goes back into effect.