Discovery Request Form
To get copies of police reports and other discovery, fill out this form, print out, and mail along with your check to:
Ypsilanti Police Department
505 W Michigan Avenue
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Who is the City Attorney?
The law firm of Barr, Anhut & Associates, P.C., attorneys at law of 105 Pearl, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 represents the city of Ypsilanti.
John M. Barr is the designated Ypsilanti City Attorney. Assistant City Attorneys are: Karl A. Barr, and Jesse OJack.
Attorney Jesse OJack is the city prosecutor for cases in the 14A-2 District Court.
As an attorney, how do I get my client's case adjourned?
If you are an attorney and need a first-time adjournment of your case prepare a stipulation and proposed order and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a defendant in a City case; how do I get my case adjourned?
If you are not represented by an attorney and need to request a first-time adjournment we will not oppose your request.
You need to write to the court listing your reasons for needing an adjournment; include in your letter your name, address, telephone number, charge and date of offense. Make sure your written request is received by the Court at last 2 days before your scheduled hearing.
The Courts address is 14A2 District Court, 415 West Michigan Avenue, Ypsilanti MI 48197.
The Court will consider your letter on the day your case appears on the Courts Docket and decide whether to grant your request or not.
You should call the Court two days after the scheduled date to inquire about the Courts decision and, if the court granted your request, to find out what your new hearing date is.
Please be advised that the Court usually will not grant an adjournment of more than 2 weeks.
Be sure to send us a copy of your letter by mailing it to Prosecuting Attorney, 105 Pearl Street, Ypsilanti MI 48197 so our prosecuting attorney has a copy in case your letter is not in the Courts file on the date of your hearing.
I have questions about my City prosecution case; what do I do?
If you are a defendant not represented by an attorney please send us a letter. Include in your letter your name, address, telephone number, charge and date of offense, and ask your questions. Mail your letter to 105 Pearl Street, Ypsilanti MI 48197.
We will do our best to get back to you within three business days.
I want to talk with the prosecutor about my City prosecution case; how do I do that?
If you are a Defendant not represented by an attorney and want to discuss your case with the prosecutor, appear in court on the day of your hearing a little early. The prosecutor is available to discuss cases before the Court docket gets started. He will be standing behind the rail which separates the court seating from the Judges Bench. Go up to the rail, give him your name and the charge, and ask about your case.
If you have an attorney we cannot discuss your case with you; have your attorney call or write us.