Presiding judges named for Detroit 36th District Court division assignments

To improve operations at the Wayne County 36th District Court, Chief Judge Nancy M. Blount has named presiding judges for each of the court's seven divisions. The chief judge also announced assignments of the court's judges to each division. Assignments are scheduled to begin Oct. 1.

Each judge will remain assigned to his or her respective divisions until further notice, the chief judge stated.

"We are doing this to improve this court's efficiency and better serve Detroit citizens," Blount said. "The prior arrangement, in which judges were rotated from division to division, was inefficient and did not allow judges to build expertise in these divisions."

Assignments include:

Civil

* Judge Donna Robinson Milhouse,presiding

* Judge Patricia L. Jefferson, acting presiding

* Judge Demetria Brue

* Judge Miriam B. Martin-Clark

* Judge Donald Coleman

Landlord-Tenant

* Judge B. Pennie Millender, presiding

* Judge Wanda A. Evans

* Judge Ruth Ann Garrett

Misdemeanor

* Judge Ronald Giles, presiding

* Judge Lydia C. Nance Adams

* Judge Roberta C. Archer

* Judge Izetta F. Bright

* Judge Shannon A. Holmes

* Judge Paula G. Humphries

* Judge Deborah Lewis Langston

* Judge Kenneth J. King

* Judge E. Lynise Bryant-Weekes

* Judge William C. McConico

* Judge Katherine L. Hansen

* Judge Brenda K. Sanders (misdemeanor arraignments)

* Judge Cylenthia LaToye Miller (misdemeanor arraignments)

* Judge Deborah G. Bledsoe Ford (misdemeanor arraignment)

Felony

* Judge Kevin F. Robbins, presiding

* Judge Joseph N. Baltimore

* Judge Alicia Jones-Coleman

* Judge Prentis Edwards Jr., Chief Judge Pro Tem

* Judge Michael E. Wagner

Collections

* Judge David S. Robinson Jr., Presiding

* Judge Kenneth J. King

Specialty Courts

* Judge Ruth C. Carter, presiding

* Judge Leonia J. Lloyd

* Judge E. Lynise Bryant-Weekes

Ombuds Docket

* Judge William C. McConico

Published: Tue, Sep 10, 2013

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