Americans with Disabilities Act
REQUEST FOR REASONABLE
ACCOMMODATIONS AND RESPONSE
You should request accommodations as far as possible in advance of your court appearance or other court activity. To request accommodations, complete and return this form to the court at the above address. If you need help completing this form, contact the ADA coordinator at the above telephone number. To properly evaluate your request, the court may ask you for more information. The ADA coordinator will respond to your request before the court appearance or other court activity. If your request is denied, you may request a review in accordance with the court’s local administrative order. At your request, the court will provide you a copy of the local administrative order.
MCL 393.501 et seq., 42 USC 12111 et seq.
Things to consider before coming to the 41B District Court:
All persons entering the 41B District Court are subject to a search of both their person and all belongings. A walk-through metal detector is in place and a physical inspection by security personnel of purses, handbags, briefcases, and any items brought into the Court building will be conducted.
Security has the discretion to confiscate any item, which may impose a threat to persons in the Court building.
Prohibited items include, but are not limited to the following:
- Knives of any size, shape, or type (box cutters, razors, etc.)
- Nail files or nail clippers
- Needles of any type
- Any type of chemical spray such as Mace
Any items confiscated by security will be disposed of and WILL NOT be returned under any circumstances.
Please remember that proper attire is required in a courtroom.
Blue jeans, shorts, etc. are not considered to be proper courtroom attire.
Q: “I have court, where do I check in?”
A: Find your name on the lobby monitors and report to the courtroom listed. Once in the courtroom,
check in with the Court Officer.
Q: “Where do I go for an informal hearing?”
A: Go to the counter outside the Hearing Room and place a check mark by your name.
Remain in the waiting area until your name is called.
Q: “I have a subpoena, what do I do?”
A: Bring the subpoena to the Court, the subpoena will have the necessary information on it
(Date, time, judge, etc.) After subpoena is heard, turn in your roundtrip mileage to the cashier
for reimbursement. Questions should be directed to the party that subpoenaed you.
Q: “Where can I get an eviction notice?”
A: If you have already been to court and have a judgement, you can download the SCAO form – Order of Eviction:
A: If you have not been to Court, you must begin the process by serving your tenant with one of these forms:
Hours of Operation
Monday through Thursday
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
22380 Starks Drive
Charter Twp of Clinton