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Adjournments

Any requests for adjournment must be stipulated to in writing by the defendant and the prosecuting agency and be approved by the judge assigned the case prior to or the day of the hearing. If a judge grants an adjournment the case will be reset to the next available court date open with the assigned judge.

Misdemeanor Offenses

A written stipulation to adjourn must be submitted to the assigned judge prior to or the day of the hearing. Misdemeanor adjournments must be stipulated to with the appropriate prosecuting agency (i.e., either the Lansing City Attorney or the Ingham County Prosecutor with jurisdiction over the case). If the assigned judge grants the adjournment, the case will be reset to next available court date open with the assigned judge.

Felony Offenses

A written stipulation to adjourn must be submitted to the assigned judge along with a waiver of the "14 day rule" prior to or the day of the hearing. Felony adjournments must be stipulated to with the appropriate prosecuting agency, usually the Ingham County Prosecutor. If the assigned judge grants the adjournment the case will be reset to the next available court date open with the assigned judge.

Formal Hearings

A written stipulation to adjourn must be submitted to the assigned judge prior to or the day of the hearing. Formal Hearing adjournments must be stipulated to with the appropriate prosecuting agency (i.e., either the Lansing City Attorney or the Ingham County Prosecutor with jurisdiction over the case). If the assigned judge grants the adjournment the case will be reset to the next available court date open with the assigned judge.

Contact
54A-District Court
6th Floor City Hall
124 W Michigan Ave
Lansing ,MI 48933
(517) 483-4433

HOURS
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.