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MAP OF MACOMB COUNTY DISTRICT COURTS Eastpointe and Roseville Courts: Bulging Criminal, Drunk Driving and Traffic Dockets The 38th District Court (known as the Eastpointe Court) and the 39th District Court (known as the Roseville Court), are neighboring district courts in the southeastern part of Macomb County. Districting is based upon several factors which include […]

41-A District Courts: 2 Courts Cover 108 Square Miles of Macomb County Jurisdiction of the 41-A Districts: Sterling Heights, Shelby Township, Macomb Township, Utica The 41-A District Court corridor encompasses the cities of Sterling Heights, Utica, Shelby Township and Macomb Township. These areas are in a period of strong economic growth and expansion. In these […]

Judges have heard it a million times before: “I didn’t intent to steal anything” In this publication, we discuss how a retail fraud offense can be dismissed for eligible offenders in the Macomb County District Courts. In addition, we warn you that an opportunity to get a dismissal can be lost by saying the wrong […]

Our experience tells us that the most prevalent misdemeanor crimes which are prosecuted in the Macomb County District Courts by crime type are as follows: Possession of Marijuana Domestic Violence Retail Fraud Driving While License Suspended Operating While Intoxicated Disorderly Conduct View image A recent docket of cases in a Macomb County District Court Fortunately, […]

In Michigan, when an individual is sentenced for a crime, the Court may place the person on probation for a specified term. The maximum term of probation that may be imposed for a misdemeanor is 2 years and 5 years for most felony cases. All persons convicted of a felony are monitored by the probation […]

NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF SELF-DEFENSE! Oftentimes clients call confused as to why they are being charged with domestic violence or an assault crime (assault and battery, aggravated assault, assault by strangulation, assault with a deadly weapon ) when they believe that they were acting in self-defense. A police response occurs following a report or […]

Unfortunately, a rear end automobile accident is not always avoidable. Rear end accidents can occur because of slippery/icy roads, distracted driving (texting) or inattentiveness to existing traffic conditions.  Traffic tickets issued for rear end accidents are one of the most common traffic tickets that we see every day on our Macomb County District Court dockets. Anyone […]

Macomb County District Courts Handle Big Drug Crime Caseloads This publication is dedicated to the topic of drug crimes involving “possession” (as opposed to the more serious felony drug crimes for delivery). Throughout Michigan, there were approximately 50,000 violations of the the Controlled Substance Act. This includes drug crimes involving possession as well as delivery. The region […]