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33rd District Court

Serving the Cities of Flat Rock, Gibraltar, Rockwood, Trenton, Woodhaven, Brownstown Township, and Grosse Ile Township.

Security Screening

Security screening is in progress at the 33rd District Court every day. Individuals and their belongings (purses, bags, briefcases, etc...) entering the 33rd District Court are subject to search.

Security screening

Security screening is in progress at the 33rd District Court every day. Individuals and their belongings (purses, bags, briefcases, etc...) entering the 33rd District Court are subject to search.

Jury Duty

Jurors serving the 33rd District Court are obligated for one day or one trial, whichever is longer...

Online Ticket Payment

Online Ticket Payment & Accident Report Retrieval Service

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19000 Van Horn Road
Woodhaven, MI 48183


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Probation Information:

    


Probation Department Contact:


Phone: (734) 671-0224

Brandon Crupi........................ Probation Officer Extension 246

Elizabeth Wilds....................... Probation Officer Extension 221

Bradley Olsen....... Sobriety Court Probation Officer Extension 218

33rd District Court Work Program



Work Program:

 In the early 1980’s, under the direction of the Honorable Gerald McNally and the supervision of the Director of Probation, Paul Ancona, the 33rd District Court’s “Court Work Program” was implemented. The need for the program was due primarily to the closing of the Detroit House of Corrections, and to alleviate overcrowding at the Wayne County Jail. The referral of participants is made by the Judges of the 33rd District Court, and the supervision and scheduling, by the Probation Department.

  The concept of a work program is to allow misdemeanor offenders to live at home under close supervision while fulfilling their sentence and at the same time provide valuable services to the community. Participants are able to maintain employment and care for their family while completing the program. The community benefits from volunteer labor while the defendant is responsible for paying an administrative fee that covers the cost of their participation and supervision.

  The defendant is allowed to substitute Work Program in lieu of being sentenced to jail. At the time of sentencing, the Judge instructs the defendant to report to the Probation Department for scheduling and instruction. The defendant is ordered to pay the cost of the program and is referred to the Probation Department to schedule the days. The cost of the program is $30.00 per day, which is used to offset the costs of supervision incurred by the Court. The defendant serves his/her sentence by performing labor in the seven jurisdiction districts that the Court serves.

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