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New Digital Courthouse

As the world begins to decompress in the aftermath of the Covid-19 Pandemic, we here at the 34th District Court have been working diligently on our new Digital Courthouse!

Some new features to highlight:
  • Online Hearing Request Form
  • Sit in on Court Proceedings Anywhere with our YouTube Livestreams
  • Easy access to our Virtual Courtrooms via Zoom


Autumn Safety Reminder

With many students are home, railroad safety should be a key topic

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Railroad safety is important year round, and the week of September 21-27 has been designated rail safety week.

According to Operation Lifesaver, “The goal of Rail Safety Week is to raise awareness of the need for rail safety education and empower the general public to keep themselves safe near highway-rail grade crossings and railroad rights-of-way. Join us in observing Rail Safety Week! This year, Rail Safety Week will be observed in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.”

Current Federal Railroad Administration data shows that highway-rail grade crossing collisions and pedestrian trespass on tracks together account for over 95 percent of all railroad fatalities.

In addition, many students will be learning virtually from home and without many of their usual after-school/extracurricular activities during the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic. Because of this, there will be more children unoccupied for periods of time. This type of situation can be a breeding ground for troublesome behavior and railroad officials have seen an increase in trespassing activity on or near the tracks already this summer.

Railroad tracks can be quite dangerous. Agents frequently go into the schools to talk with students of all ages about the dangers of railroad tracks, but COVID-19 has halted these efforts. Therefore, railroad officials are asking local municipalities and police departments for help.

If you have children, please speak with them about rail safety. For more information, click here.

Impact of COVID-19 on Court House Operations


The Michigan Supreme Court has released a response to the ongoing situation with COVID-19. Please view it here

We here at the courthouse have been actively monitoring the situation surrounding the spread of COVID-19. In compliance with the restrictions on  gatherings of more than 10 people (including employees) we are closing the 34th District Court to the public until further notice.

Please check your case status by using our case search option on the home page. The search can be conducted by defendant name or case number. The search will provide the most current information available. If you were recently issued a ticket and you are unable to locate your name or ticket number through the case search, it has not yet been entered into the records management system.  Contact the Criminal/Traffic Department at 734-941-4462 ext. 201 or by following the link below to submit a request in writing. 

If you would like to request an adjournment, address a warrant, schedule a hearing, provide proof(s) for waivable charges,  submit a letter to the Prosecutor, or address a driver's license suspension,  Submit a Request to the Court  by completely filling out the form provided. Your request will be forwarded to the appropriate department for processing.    

For Payment Plans and general Collections information, please email:

Credit card payments:

Payments may also be mailed to the court or left in the drop box located at the entrance to the court. We recommend using cashier's checks or money orders to ensure you have a receipt of your transaction.

For questions concerning Juvenile Probation, please contact:

For questions concerning Adult Probation:

If you are directed to a voicemail, please leave your name, phone number and the reason for your call.
Note - Work Program is suspended until further notice. You will be contacted to re-schedule your remaining days once the program resumes operation. 

For questions on Civil matters, please contact:

We are willing to work with you within the bounds of reason and understanding to ensure your business is taken care of either remotely or rescheduled for a later date. Understand that NOT ALL cases will be able to be handled in this fashion, and failure to comply with the court orders or deadlines will result in penalty.

34th District Court

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8:00 AM - 4:00 PM EST