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To view the 34th District Court's response to the ongoing COVID-19 situation  please click here to view it.

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

In an effort to keep our court users and our court family healthy and aid in  minimizing the spread of COVID-19, we are taking steps to limit the amount of people in the courthouse while still serving the needs of our court users. 

In compliance with the Michigan Supreme Court's Administrative Order 2020-19, the 34th District Court will be closed to the public beginning March 19 and will remain closed until further notice. During this period of time there will be limited staff reporting to perform only essential functions of the court.

All proceedings scheduled at the 34th District Court beginning March 16 and until the court reopens will be adjourned. A notice to appear will be sent by mail  to all parties once the case has been rescheduled.

All in custody felony arraignments, probable cause conferences, and preliminary exams will continue as scheduled. The court encourages all felony hearings to be conducted by videoconferencing.  Attorneys should contact the court to arrange the same. If an adjournment is being requested for good cause, a stipulation and order of adjournment should be submitted to the court prior to the scheduled hearing date. 

Please check your case status by using our case search option on the home page. 
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. 

Until further notice all jury trials have been cancelled.  Jurors that have been summoned do not need to report to the court, you will be summoned at a later date for an appearance for jury duty.  If you have any questions, please call 734-941-4462 ext. 212.

All Probation reporting (both juvenile and adult) will be conducted by phone. Contact your probation officer for further direction on all other related probation matters.

The Reality Check Program and the Work Program have been suspended until further notice.

Civil filings must be mailed into the court or placed in the drop box outside of the courthouse entrance with the filing fee attached.

Contact the court at 734-941-4462 using the extensions below if you need additional assistance.

Probation - 217
Traffic Citations - 201
Criminal Department - 213
Civil Department - 211

If you are directed to a voicemail, please leave a message including your name, reason for calling and a return phone number where you can be reached.

*Please note - If your mailing address has changed, it is important that you update that information with us to receive correspondence.
If you would like to set or change a payment plan with us, do not appear at the court.
Email us at: 
Please include your name, ticket or case number, phone number and any address changes along with your request for a payment plan. You will be sent a text message from the court once the payment plan has been set and the plan will be mailed to the address you provide. 
You can also contact Collections by phone at ext. 201. 

Further contacts can be found on the Contact Us Page