29th District Court
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Monday-Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm. (Closed from noon-1)
The court is also closed all major holidays.
The 29th District Court doors may be closed to the public but any and all court matters are still proceeding, remotely. While practicing social distancing, the 29th District Court’s fully functioning staff are behind the phones, prepared to answer any questions you may have. Court hearings will be handled via zoom until further instruction from the State Court Administrative Office. Payments are still being accepted utilizing an outside service either online: allpaid.com (pay location code: 1792) or over the phone: 1-888-604-7888 (pay location code: 1792), or by placing a check or money order (payable to the 29th District Court) in our after-hours drop box located on the West side of the building. Probation appointments will be handled via phone or zoom. If you have questions about your case or need assistance from the Court, please call us at (734) 722-5220.
use pay location code 1792
Pay citations over the phone using a credit card by calling 1-888-604-7888
On-Line Ticket Review
The 29th District Court is pleased to offer an online traffic ticket review process for eligible traffic tickets issued by the City of Wayne Police Department. This allows you to request a review of your traffic ticket online, at your convenience, so you don’t have to come to the courthouse.
Shortly after you submit certain information, we will evaluate your eligibility to participate in this new program. Once you are deemed eligible to participate, you can sign up to receive emails or text messages with the status of your review as well as the outcome. If you meet the eligibility requirements and the officer and prosecutor agree, you will be offered a no-points violation.
We believe this will save you a significant amount of time while preserving your rights. We hope you agree.
Regional Behavioral Treatment Court
The 29th District Court's, Regional Behavioral Treatment Court, sometimes called RBTC is designed for adult individuals with a severe mental illness, co-occurring disorder, and/or a developmental disability who have been charged with one or more criminal offenses. The criminal offense must be a misdemeanor or ordinance violation, or a felony charge in which the Prosecuting Attorney is willing to reduce to a misdemeanor. The RBTC is a voluntary program.
The RBTC Team consists of the 29th District Court Judge, Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Defense Attorney, Mental Health Coordinator, Probation Officer, Hegira Health Inc. (Case Manager), (Community Mental Health), and Wayne Police Department. By working together as a team, our key goal is to provide proper treatment and to keep offenders with mental illnesses out of jail or the criminal justice system.
Each participant will receive a judicially supervised, community-based treatment plan designed and implemented by the RBTC Team.
Treatment plans and other conditions will be reviewed for appropriateness at regular review hearings. Incentives may be offered to reward progress toward goals or following the terms of participation. Sanctions may be imposed if the terms are not followed.
For those who follow the terms of participation for the designated time (usually one year), their cases are either dismissed or the sentence is greatly reduced. If they do not follow the rules or decide to leave the program, the case will return to the original court where the prosecution proceeds as normal.
Since the program is regional and can take any eligible defendant with a misdemeanor case in surrounding district court's, a referral pack is listed below that you can either send to the program coordinator or probation officer. A PDF is also available below labeled "Handbook" that explains the RBTC and rules further.
The 29th District Court’s probation is overseen by Probation Officer, Purity Marsh. Any questions concerning probation can be answered by either the criminal clerk at (734) 722-5220 or the probation department at (734) 722-7138
CASE SEARCH: To search for 29th Judicial District Court cases online, click on the link below. The link will take you to a secure website. Enter the name for which you would like to search. Click on Continue. When the search results appear, click on any item for which you would like to see more information. When you are done searching, click on Disconnect.
Search Cases by Name
CALENDAR SEARCH: To search for Judge Breeda O'Leary's 29th District Court calendar, click the link below.
From this link:
Select Judge Breeda O'Leary from the Jurist drop down box.
No selection is allowed for courtroom.
Click on View Calendar.
Select Begin Date.
Select End Date.
Select District Court.
Select your preference as to whether cases appear in case number or name order.
To print: select Print Calendar and Print Now. To return to the previous screen, press View Calendar.
When finished, click on Disconnect.
Changes to court dockets are constantly occurring. The court docket site is directly linked to the Court's case management system and will be updated as soon as case scheduling changes are made available to case management staff.
**Please Note: Non-public or sealed cases will not appear in court docket listings.