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Kent County DUI Court

Here is a listing of the District Courts in Kent County handling misdemeanor drunk driving cases. This includes Michigan first and second offense OWI cases. If you are charged with a third offense drunk driving in Michigan this is a felony drunk driving. Michigan has a lifetime look back for felony drunk driving.

59th District Court

3161 Wilson Ave, Sw, Grandville, MI 49418

Court also held at 4343 Remembrance Rd., Walker, MI 49534

  1. Judge Peter P. Versluis

The 59th District Court has jurisdiction in the Cities of Walker and Grandville in the County of Kent. The court consists of one judge and one part-time magistrate.

61st District Court

180 Ottawa Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

  1. Judge Benjamin H. Logan, II
  2. Judge Donald H. Passenger
  3. Judge David J. Buter
  4. Judge Kimberly A. Schaefer
  5. Judge J. Michael Christensen

Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the 61st District Court has six judges and one full-time law trained magistrate. The court hears cases which arise within the boundary of the City of Grand Rapids.

62A District Court

2650 DeHoop Ave Sw, Wyoming, MI 49509

  1. Judge Pablo Cortes
  2. Judge Steven M. Timmers

The 62A District Court is a court of limited jurisdiction. As such, it has the authority to rule on cases involving traffic and criminal matter such as: Criminal Misdemeanors, Municipal Civil Infractions, Parking Violations, Traffic Civil Infractions, and Traffic Misdemeanors. The court has two judges and one magistrate.

62B District Court

4740 Walma Ave SE, Kentwood, MI 49512

  1. Judge William G. Kelly

The 62B District Court has one judge and one magistrate. The court has jurisdiction over all misdemeanors committed in the City of Kentwood by anyone 17 years of age and older. The 62-B District Court has jurisdiction to conduct a preliminary examination to establish probably cause that a felony was committed and probable cause to believe that the defendant committed the felony over all felonies committed by anyone 17 years of age or older.

63rd District Court

1950 East Beltline NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525

  1. Judge Steven R. Servaas
  2. Judge Sara J. Smolenski

As of November 16th, 2009, the 63-1st District Court and the 63-2nd District combined into the 63rd District Court. The 63rd District Court is one of seven District Courts in Kent County. The court has two judges and three magistrates.

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