Two Judges In Hot Water With Tenure Commission Over Drunk Driving IncidentsOne case involves a judge arrested for drunk driving while on vacation. The other deals with a judge accused of interfering with a drunk driving investigation involving his intern.
Attendance Will Be Taken For Judges At Detroit's 36th District CourtAre the judges in?
Report Recommends Changes To Local Court SystemsA new report says Macomb and Oakland counties need more judges, while Wayne County has too many.
Mich. Court Chief: Trial Judges Deserve More PayThe administrator of Michigan's court system is recommending two consecutive years of three percent raises for state Supreme Court justices, who make about $165,000.
Mich. Senate Panel OKs Removing Judge Age LimitSome Michigan lawmakers are looking to remove an age limit for judges.
GOP Eyes Continued Michigan Supreme Court MajorityRepublicans hoping to maintain their 4-3 majority on the Michigan Supreme Court appear on course, though the race is still too close to call.
Call for Future City Mentors and JudgesIf you're an engineer or other tech worker who would like to pay it forward, while having fun working with the next generation of inventive minds, the Engineering Society of Detroit has an opportunity for you.
Bill Would Let Judges Roam Michigan For MarriagesHave robe, will travel.
Michigan House OKs More Bills To Trim Judgeshipschigan lawmakers have approved more bills aimed at reducing the number of probate, district and circuit court judgeships statewide through attrition.
Gov. Snyder Signs Bill Reducing Judgeships In MichiganMichigan lawmakers and Gov. Rick Snyder have started the process of eliminating an estimated 45 judgeships on probate, district and circuit courts statewide through attrition.
Lawmakers OK Bill Trimming Court SizesMichigan lawmakers have approved legislation that will allow for reducing the number of judgeships in the state through attrition.
State Supreme Court Recommends Dropping 45 JudgesThe Michigan Supreme Court is calling for a reduction in the number of trial court judgeships throughout the state.