14B DISTRICT COURT - Washtenaw County

Washtenaw County’s Criminal Justice System is divided into two distinct court divisions: Circuit and District Courts. The 22nd Circuit Court has jurisdiction over all felony cases that have been “bound over” for trial, all PPO cases, and all Juvenile Cases. The District Courts—14a, 14B and 15th—have jurisdiction over all misdemeanor cases and felony charges at their start.  

The 14B District Court has jurisdiction over Ypsilanti Township criminal cases.  The addresses/contact information is below:

14B District Court7200 Huron River Drive
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
(734) 483-1333

The 14B Online Case Search System can be found here.


Need a criminal defense attorney for a case in the 14B District Court?


Daniel T. Geherin, founder and practicing attorney at Geherin Law Group, PLLC. has been practicing law in and around Ypsilanti Township for nearly 30 years. Dan was born and raised in Ypsilanti, and has made Washtenaw County his home for the last 50 years.  

Dan, a former prosecutor, has been widely recognized as one of the top criminal defense attorneys in Washtenaw County, defending every type of case from traffic offenses to high-profile homicide cases.  He has received many awards and recognitions for his work in the criminal defense field, and is the only board-certified criminal trial attorney in Washtenaw County (and is only one of  3 in the State of Michigan). Dan is a published author, and a longtime contributor to the Institute of Continuing Legal Education, where he has been a lecturer in topics ranging from DUI Defense, to License Appeals, to Defense of Criminal Sexual Conduct cases.  

If you or a loved one has a case in Ypsilanti Township’s 14B District Court, and want the help of local, experienced and dedicated criminal defense attorneys, please calling Dan and his team at GLG Michigan.  

Geherin Law Group:  Respected, Experienced, Local Criminal Justice Attorneys for all 14B District Court cases. 

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