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Dearborn — 19th District Court
If you are being charged with a felony or misdemeanor in Dearborn, your case will be heard at the 19th District Court located at 16077 Michigan Ave. Dearborn, MI 48126. If you are being charged with a misdemeanor you could face up to a year in the county jail. Common misdemeanor charges are domestic violence, assault, battery, retail fraud, DUI, OWI, drunk driving, drug offenses, marijuana offenses, disorderly conduct, and other commonly charged offenses.
There are three judges in the 19th District Court: Judge Sam Salamey and Judge Eugene Hunt Jr, and Judge Mark Somers.
If you are charged with a felony, such as felonious assault, embezzlement, drug offenses, criminal sexual conduct, homicide, or other felonies, your case will begin in the 19th District Court for an arraignment, a Probable Cause Conference, and then a Preliminary Exam. If the case is not dismissed, it will proceed to the Wayne County Circuit Court
Barnwell Law is extremely skilled in courts such as the 19th District Court. Bill Barnwell has handled many cases inside of Dearborn from misdemeanors to severe felonies. Bill Barnwell is respected by his peers in the court system in Dearborn and the 19th District Court.
If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor in Wayne County, it is important you contact Barnwell Law today at (810) 394-2952 to begin a strong and effective defense for your case.