Public Access to Virtual Courtroom proceedings
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 52nd District Court will conduct hearings via Zoom videoconference when possible. Participants will receive detailed Zoom videoconference instructions from the court or their attorney prior to the hearing.
At this time, courtrooms are open to the public to watch both in-person and remote proceedings. In limited circumstances, remote proceedings will be streamed online. At no time may a court proceedings be recorded or reproduced without the express written permission from the judge of record. If you have questions on how to watch a specific proceeding, please call the court for details.
YouTube live stream links (please use a browser other than Internet Explorer):
To see a list of scheduled matters, click
here (please use a browser other than Internet Explorer).
52nd District Court Policy Regarding the Use of Portable Electronic Devices
here to review the current policy in detail.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, 52-1 District Court invites individuals with disabilities who require special accommodations to participate in court hearings or other court business to complete the
Request for Accommodations Form and file it with the court as soon as possible to avoid delays. ADA Coordinator: Alexandra Black -
Review the ADA Grievance Procedure
For more information on Oakland County's Grievance Procedure under The Americans with Disabilities Act visit the County's Accessibility site.
Language Access Plan
In accordance with the Michigan Supreme Court Administrative Order 2013-8, the 52nd District Court has established a
Language Access Plan. If language interpretation services are needed, please contact the coordinator, Paula Hummel -
Access, Inspection, Reproduction, and Creation of Court Records