The courts have adjourned due to the rise of COVID cases in the county.
The state Supreme Court has denied the governor’s request to delay its ruling that invalidates her emergency powers.
The state’s top court struck down the governor’s emergency powers. Now officials wonder what effect that could have on COVID efforts.
In a 4-3 decision, Michigan’s top court rules that the governor doesn’t have the power to issue executive orders meant to curb the coronavirus.
Jury trials have been on hold since March due to concerns about spreading COVID-19.
The governor is appealing a federal judge’s ruling that gyms should be allowed to reopen. One study indicates they may be safe to do so.
Restrictions on in-person hearings and face-to-face meetings is making it harder for Kalamazoo County’s indigent defense attorneys.
Gym owners are in limbo after a last-minute ruling that gyms should not reopen Thursday.
A federal judge has ruled that the governor failed to show scientific reasoning for requiring gyms to remain closed.
Courts will resume in-person business June 8 in first phase of reopening.