The 35th District Court processes misdemeanor cases (less serious crimes), from arraignments through sentencing; and felony cases (more serious crimes), from arraignment through preliminary exam.
|Misdemeanors -||SCAO Self Help|
There are three types of Misdemeanors Payable, Traffic and non-traffic.
- Payable Misdemeanors: These include Violations such as failure to report an accident, and driving with an expired license.
- Traffic Misdemeanors: Examples include: driving while license suspended, driving while license revoked, having an expired license plate, drag racing, violation of a Restricted license, having open intoxicants in a motor vehicle, and reckless driving.
- Non-Traffic Misdemeanors: examples include domestic violence, possession of marijuana or drug paraphernalia and many types of local ordinance violations.
|Felony Offenses||SCAO Self Help|
Any crime for which the penalty may exceed one year in jail. The 35th District Court does not handle felony cases after the preliminary exam. Felony cases are transferred to the Circuit court once the preliminary exam is completed.Publications
|Contact information:||Fax number: 734-454-9303|
|Stephanie||Deputy Clerk for Judge Lowefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Kim||Deputy Clerk for Judge Gerouemail@example.com|
|Janette||Deputy Clerk for Judge Plakas||Janette@35thdistrictcourt.org|