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Effective March 7, 2022 we will be reopening the courtrooms of all three courts to the public. Each judge will determine which hearings will be held in person and which will be done remotely. Because the courtrooms will be open to the public, however, hearings will no longer be broadcast on YouTube. Each litigant should carefully look at their notice of hearing to determine if his or her hearing is in person or remote. If there are any questions, he or she should call the court.

If you require accommodations to use the court because of a disability, or if you require a foreign language interpreter to help you fully participate in court proceedings, please contact the court immediately to make arrangements.

General guidelines for participation in a remote court hearing:

  • Download and become familiar with the program being used for the hearing, and test the video, microphone, and speaker controls.
  • If you are having technical issues, please review any technical support provided by the program or application.
  • Find a space that will have as few interruptions as possible. If you will be using video, make sure there is good lighting.
  • The remote court hearing is a court proceeding and therefore an extension of the courtroom — appropriate conduct and attire is required. The judge has control over the proceedings and participants as if they were present in the actual courtroom.
  • The information on the Notice of Hearing with Remote Participation form to join the remote hearing may only be used by you to participate in the hearing.

Eviction Diversion Program (EDP)

Help for tenant and landlords to resolve eviction cases without the need for a trial before a Judge. Click to read details about the EDP mediation services that District Court 2B provides in partnership with Southeastern Dispute Resolution Services, Legal SErvices of South Central Michigan, Community Action Agency & Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.

Expungement Information

Michigan law on expungements has changed. It is now easier to set aside a greater number and more types of convictions.

The following resources are provided as a resource and by clicking on the links below, you understand that you are leaving the County of Hillsdale web site and you agree that neither Hillsdale County nor the 2B District Court are responsible for the accuracy of the content.

Notice of Hearing and Remote Participation

In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, on April 7, 2020 the Michigan Supreme Court implemented Administrative Order 2020-6 which expanded the authority of judicial officers to conduct proceedings remotely. You may This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive your Notice of Hearing and Remote Participation which include Guidelines for participation in remote hearings and technical instructions for participating in the remote hearing.

Advice of Rights & Plea Information

The Advice of Rights and Plea Information advises you of your rights during arraignment. Click the link that pertains to your hearing before your arraignment. Questions and concerns will be addressed at your hearing.

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Road Commission May - Dec 2022
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