Zuppke Law presents some facts about the Michigan Supreme Court.
The Michigan Supreme Court is the highest court in the state of Michigan. Cases appealed from the Michigan Court of Appeals are then heard by the Michigan Supreme Court only if the Court decides to hear the case. The court is located in Lansing at 925 W. Ottawa Street. If you haven’t taken a trip to the Michigan Supreme Court, you should. It’s a magnificent building with an incredible view of of the city. Oral arguments are always open to the public. Check it out.
Who are the Michigan Supreme Court justices?
Michigan Supreme Court justices are elected into office by voters for 8 year terms. There is one chief justice chosen every 2 years. The current justices are:
- Chief Justice Robert P. Young Jr.;
- Stephen J. Markman;
- Mary Beth Kelly;
- Brian K. Zahra;
- Bridget Mary McCormack;
- David Viviano;
- Richard Bernstein.
Michigan court statutorily observed holidays:
- New Year’s Day, January 1;
- Martin Luther King, Jr., Day,
- Presidents’ Day, the third Monday in February;
- Memorial Day, the last Monday in May;
- Independence Day, July 4;
- Labor Day, the first Monday in September;
- Veterans’ Day, November 11;
- Thanksgiving Day, the fourth Thursday in November;
- Friday after Thanksgiving;
- Christmas Eve, December 24;
- Christmas Day, December 25;
- New Year’s Eve, December 31.
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- Personal injuries
- Breach of contracts
- Denied insurance claims
- And more…
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