Several forms are available from the District Court for a small fee of 25 cents to $1.00 per form. There is a limit of 10 forms per request. All forms are approved by the State Court Administrative Office.
This page offers a web link to the Michigan Supreme Court. You may download (free of charge) approved forms from that site. Complete the forms and bring to the Court for filing. Because some filings require multi-part forms, it may be necessary for the clerk to make additional copies from your original at a fee of $1.00 per page. If you wish, you may purchase the multi-part forms from the court.
Drug Related News Articles of Local Interest
The dangers of bath salts *
Synthetic Drugs: Popluar but dangerous *
*Articles from the Gratiot County Herald used by permission
Notice on Legal Advice
Deputy Clerks and employees of the 65B District Court cannot give legal advice. They are not attorneys and cannot advise you on legal issues. They may provide general information regarding court operations and procedures. They can provide you, at your request, any blank form the court has in stock at a small fee.
When you ask:
"What form do I use?"
"How do I fill out this form?"
"What part of the law applies in my case?"
"What does this mean?"
These all seem like simple questions, but in fact they are legal questions asking for legal guidance. Legal questions should be referred to your attorney. If you do not have an attorney, check the yellow pages for an attorney in your area. Additionally The State Bar of Michigan offers a lawyer referral service. The phone number is 517-482-8816. The web site is http://www.michbar.org/
District Court now accepts credit and debit card payments IN PERSON ONLY.
Debit choices are Visa and MasterCard.
Credit choices are MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
On Line Payments are accepted for fines/costs and bail. Please click the appropriate
link below. All payments are made through GovPay and all major credit cards are accepted
for transactions through GovPay.
Pay Fines and Costs
Post Bail Please note: bond can only be posted in the name of and for the defendant..