The Court that serves the residents of Missaukee County, which is located in Michigan, is known as the 84th District Court of Missaukee County. In its capacity as a court of law, it hears a wide range of legal cases, including those involving criminal law, civil law, and traffic law.
The court’s records are available to the general public as part of its dedication to maintaining a high level of openness and accountability. This indicates that access to and examination of court records are open to the general public, subject to specific limitations and restrictions.
It is vital to make court records available to the public in order to defend the right of the public to know and to ensure that justice is administered fairly. When viewed from this perspective, the 84th District Court of Missaukee County plays a significant part in sustaining the values of transparent government and encouraging public trust in the judicial system.
Continue reading to learn more about the most recent events that have occurred here:
- Two Of The SLCPD’s Most Senior Officers Are Being Investigated Since Last Summer
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The following sentences were handed down by the 84th District Court located in Missaukee County on the dates of February 9 and February 23
•Andrew Donald Young, 30, of Lake City, pleaded guilty to the charge of operating a motor vehicle while visibly intoxicated. As a result of his guilty plea, he was sentenced to 12 months of probation and ordered to pay fines of $625.
• Tyler Owen Mishler, age 26, of Mesick, was sentenced to pay a total of $325 in fines after entering a guilty plea to the charge of junk tires – violation under 50 tires.
In exchange for his guilty plea to attempted police officer assault, resisting arrest, or obstructing, 35-year-old Lake City resident Kurtis Ryan Peterson was sentenced to pay a fine of $375.