Macomb County and the Macomb County Circuit Court
Macomb County occupies the north-eastern region of the Detroit Metropolitan Area. At 482 square miles, Macomb County is one of the states smallest, though it is one of the most populous as its 27 municipalities are home to some 788,000 people. Three of Michigan’s 10 largest communities are located in Macomb County; Warren, Sterling Heights, and Clinton Township.
The County itself is located North of Wayne County, East of Oakland County, and South/West of St. Clair County. Macomb County is accessible via major interstates, namely the I-94 and I-696 highways. The County’s most prominent industry is automobile related manufacturing, with major manufacturing infusing the area with over $2 billion dollars since 1990. Nationally, the County has been recognized as well. For the 25th year running, it has won more awards from the National Association of Counties than any other in the State. Recently, like its neighboring counties Oakland and Wayne, Macomb County underwent a government restructuring and elected its first County Executive, Mark Hackel.
The Macomb County Circuit Court is located at 40 N. Main Street, Mt. Clemens, Michigan 48043. The Circuit Judges are The Honorable: Peter J. Maceroni, Edward A. Servitto Jr., Richard L. Caretti, Matthew S. Switalksi, Diane M. Druzinski, John C. Foster, David F. Viviano, Mary A. Chrzanowski, Mark S. Switalski, Katherine Viviano, and Tracy A. Yokich.
Open seats were created upon the recent retirement of The Honorable James Biernat and Donald Miller.
The Macomb County Juvenile Court Referees are also located within the Macomb County Circuit Court.
Macomb County Circuit Court frequently called phone numbers:
General Docket Information:
Chief Juvenile Referree:
Friend of the Court:
Macomb County Prosecutor: