Muskegon County Courts to Close Monday, June 20th In Recognition of Juneteenth Court Holiday

On June 1st 2022, the Michigan Supreme Court issued an Administrative Order amending the Michigan Court Rules to include Juneteenth (June19th) on the list of holidays recognized by the state’s trial courts. The order was given immediate effect. As a result of this amendment, all Muskegon County district, circuit, probate, and family court hearings previously scheduled for Monday, June 20th 2022 are being adjourned and rescheduled to a later date in observance of this court holiday. Those with hearings scheduled on Monday, June 20th will receive a written notice of adjournment along with a new date and time to appear. All notices will be sent to the address previously provided to the court. All court services, including the offices of the Muskegon County Clerk and Circuit Court Records, will be closed on Monday, June 20th. However, certain county offices located within the Hall of Justice such as the Sheriff’s Office, Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and County Administration, will be staffed and will remain open to the public.