48th District Court hearings are continuing to proceed both in-person and remotely via Zoom. If your Notice to Appear does NOT state Zoom, then you are required to appear in person. Please closely review your Notice To Appear.
If you are experiencing flu-related symptoms or believe you have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus, please refrain from entering the building and call the court at (248) 647-1141. Face masks must be worn in some areas of the courthouse.
In-person arraignments resume September 6, 2022.
Monday & Tuesday: 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:30 a.m - 11:00 a.m., &
12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Documents, pleadings, signed waivable tickets or any other filings may be submitted in-person, by mail, or deposited in the Court's drop box located near the front entrance of the courthouse. Attorney appearances may also be submitted by fax or email. Items placed in the drop box after 4:00 p.m., will be posted as received on the Court's next business day.
Remote proceedings can be accessed via Zoom for the courtrooms below by logging in with the associated Meeting ID. When Entering the virtual courtroom, please remain silent.
Zoom Meeting ID:
- Judge Marc Barron: 297 330 6053
- Judge Kimberly Small: 356 222 5556
- Judge Diane D'Agostini: 878 792 9161
- Magistrates: 949 247 7162
- Pre-Hearings: 368 807 0231
- Small Claims Mediation: 368 807 0231
Remote proceedings for the 48th District Court Magistrate's courtroom can be accessed via the YouTube channel by clicking on the following link. 48th District Court MagistrateMagistrate Zoom ID: 949 247 7162
for scheduled court cases
PLEASE NOTE: Any recording of a court proceeding held by
video or teleconference, including “screen shots” or other visual copying of a
hearing, is absolutely prohibited. Violation of these prohibitions may result
in sanctions, including removal of court-issued media credentials, restricted entry
to future hearings, denial of entry to future hearings, or any other sanctions
deemed necessary by the court. Members of the press and public are also
expected to mute their phones and to not disrupt proceedings in any manner.