Restitution ordered through the Court is collected by the District Court Clerk’s Office. Any Restitution collected will be sent on a monthly basis. A check will be issued to the victim, using the last known address listed in the police report or the Crime/Victim packet. If your address has changed, please notify us immediately at # (810) 985-2100.
Probation Officers are assigned following sentencing. If you are sentenced to Probation in Port Huron, you should report downstairs to Room 1200 so that your Probation Officer can be assigned. If you are incarcerated, a letter will be sent to your home (last known address) which will indicate your Probation Officer’s name and contact information, as well as, your report day. If you are sentenced in Marine City, a letter will be sent to your home (last known address) which will indicate your Probation Officer’s name and contact information, as well as, your report day.
Please email or call your Probation Officer immediately. All Probation Officer emails and/or phone numbers are listed on this website under “Probation Officers.”
Port Huron – All Court Assessments are paid in the District Court Clerk’s Office, located on the 2nd Floor of the Courthouse (201 McMorran Blvd., Room #2900, Port Huron, MI 48060).
Marine City – All fees are paid in the Marine City Courthouse, at the window in the main lobby (2088 South Parker, Marine City, MI 48039).
There are several testing facilities in the area. Normally, your Probation Officer will arrange for you, or will notify you to test elsewhere when the Courthouse is closed. Each probationer is responsible for testing at the designated times ordered by the Judge. Numerous testing facilities are listed on this website under “Alcohol – Drug Testing Facilities.”
Questions regarding appeals should be directed to an Attorney.
Individuals who are placed on Probation are expected to report in person. There are exceptions made, with a Judge’s approval, under special circumstances only.
You may obtain your discharge papers through a request, in person, at the District Court Probation Department in Port Huron (201 McMorran Blvd., Room 1200, Port Huron, MI 48060). Please bring proof of identity with you when requesting the document.
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All work passes must be granted by the Judge and approved by Probation. All work pass information needs to be on company letterhead, with a supervisor’s signature and contact number. The work pass information needs to be forwarded to the Probation Department for review and approval.
If you have an active Bench Warrant for Probation Violation, you may turn yourself at the original arresting police agency, your local police department, the Probation Department, or the District Court Clerk’s Office.