Beginning June 19th, 2020, Eaton County Trial Courts will be closed Fridays through October 2nd, 2020.
The Eaton County Trial Courts will operate on a modified schedule for conducting in-person proceedings limited to essential functions between the hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, daily. Those requiring to conduct business with the Court are encouraged to contact the Court prior to arriving at the Courthouse to confirm their need to appear.
Facial covering must be worn while in enclosed public areas, unless an individual is medically unable to tolerate a face covering.
The Eaton County Youth Facility will be closed to the public.
Entrance into the Youth Facility will be by appointment only. If you have any further questions please contact your child’s probation officer or the Youth Facility at 517-543-3244 ext. 1465
The Eaton County Youth Facility provides a safe and secure environment for youth involved in the juvenile justice system while ensuring the safety and security of the community. If a youth is court ordered and or detained in the Facility the youth will be assigned a probation officer. Please contact the child's probation officer for all questions regarding court hearings.
Parents, Grandparents and Guardians may visit their child during designated visitation times and those times are listed below:
|Detention||2:10-3:00 PM||6:00-6:50 PM|
|Residential Treatment||3:10-4:00 PM||7:00-7:50 PM|
|Community Based Treatment||2:30-3:30 PM||6:15-7:15 PM|
The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a Federal law that came into effect on August 20th, 2012. PREA establishes a zero-tolerance standard against sexual abuse in adult prisons, jails, police lockups, private prisons, as well as juvenile facilities and community confinement facilities.\