Upon written request, transcripts are available for all proceedings. At least a two day notice is required with a written request. The request should include the date and time of the hearing, the presiding judge and a deposit before the record can be transcribed. For an additional fee, expedited requests for transcripts may be accommodated, if possible. A person making a request must contact the court reporter assigned to the Judge.
|Biernat||Video Courtroom (Debbie Doyle)||(586) 469-5179|
|Caretti||Debbie Doyle||(586) 469-5179|
|Chrzanowski||Video Courtroom (Rebecca Russell)||(586) 469-5047|
|Druzinski||Angela Little||(586) 469-5832|
|Foster||Video Courtroom (Elaine Maki)||(586) 307-8238|
|George||Video Courtroom (Rebecca Russell)||(586) 469-5047|
|Maceroni||Sue Hassig||(586) 469-5851|
|Servitto||Mary Cimini||(586) 469-5356|
|Mark Switalski||Rebecca Russell||(586) 469-5047|
|Matthew Switalski||Linda Brazzel||(586) 469-5410|
|David Viviano||Video Courtroom (Rebecca Russell)||(586) 469-5047|
|Kathryn Viviano||Elaine Maki||(586) 307-8238|
|Yokich||Video Courtroom (Elaine Maki)||(586) 307-8238|
Video proceedings are not offered in every courtroom (Please see the chart above). While copies of videos will not be provided, requests to view the video of court proceedings shall be granted within five (5) working days, with the following restrictions:
(a) access to video records is only available during normal courhouse hours,
(b) if access is requested for a video that cannot be viewed in its entirety before the end of the court's normal business day, the person(s) requesting to view the video will be required to return the next business day to finish viewing the record, and
(c) the person(s) requesting to access a video may be asked to provide their own computer / equipment to view the recording.
The Video Request Form must be filled out and submitted to Judicial Aide. No other form of written requests will be accepted.
For complete details regarding the inspection, reproduction and creation of court records, please see Joint Local Administrative Order 2012-07J.
Any film or electronic media coverage in the videotape record courtrooms and any broadcast of a videotape record is governed by the guidelines set out in the Michigan Supreme Court's Caseflow Management Standards.