Grosse Pointe Park Municipal CourtBarton Morris2021-10-11T11:16:22-04:00
Grosse Pointe Park Municipal Court
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Unlike other Michigan communities, all five of the “pointes” operate through their own individual Municipal Courts. Therefore, if you were arrested in Grosse Pointe Park for domestic violence, drug or DUI charge, your case would be handled through the Grosse Pointe Park Municipal Court.
The Grosse Pointe Park Municipal Court is located at 15115 E. Jefferson Ave, Grosse Pointe Park, MI 48230. The Honorable Carl Jarboe currently presides over this Municipal Court.
Grosse Pointe Park Municipal Court Cases
The Grosse Pointe Park Municipal Court has jurisdiction over all civil matters up to a $3,000 limit. The court also has jurisdiction over all criminal misdemeanors and traffic-related offenses occurring within the Farms. The court handles the arraignment, the setting of bail, and conducts the preliminary examination of felony cases.
Grosse Pointe Park Municipal Court Attorney
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