By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
Published March 24, 2020
The 34th District Court in Romulus is closed to the public through April 3.
The courthouse will be closed to the public with limited staff reporting to conduct only essential functions of the court.
Proceedings scheduled between the dates of March 16-April 3, 2020 at the 34th District Court will be adjourned.
The court says all parties will receive notice by mail of the hearing date.
Other important court related changes or closures include:
●All in custody arraignments will be held by videoconferencing. Walk in
arraignments have been suspended. If you have an outstanding warrant or license
suspension email or call the court for more information.
●Felony cases for in custody defendants will remain as scheduled and will be held
●All reporting probation will be conducted by phone. Work Program and the
Reality Check Program have been cancelled until further notice.
●Civil filings must be mailed to the court or placed in the drop box located outside
of the courthouse entrance with the filing fee attached.
All court users should visit mi34thdistrictcourt.com for the most
current information and updates, as well as online resources for resolving their case.
The changes at the court are in compliance with Supreme Court Administrative Order 2020-2, said Brian A. Oakley, chief judge for the 34th District Court.
“We will continue to work with the Michigan Supreme Court and the State Court
Administrator’s office along with our local officials to ensure that we are doing all that
we can to combat this health crisis,” he said.