Links of Interest

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Attorney Grievance Commission - www.agcmi.com
The Commission is the prosecution arm of the Michigan Supreme Court in the attorney disciplinary process.  A Request for Investigation form to complain about an attorney’s conduct can be downloaded from this site. 

Attorney Discipline Board - www.adbmich.org 
The Board is the adjudicative arm of the Michigan Supreme Court in the attorney disciplinary process, and it discharges the Supreme Court’s exclusive constitutional responsibility to supervise and discipline Michigan attorneys.  The site contains an alphabetical listing of
notices of discipline, disability, or reinstatement concerning attorneys, published from the inception of the Attorney Discipline Board on October 1, 1978 through the current year.

American Judicature Society - www.ajs.org
The AJS is a national organization that works to maintain the independence and integrity of the courts and increase public understanding of the justice system.  It is a nonpartisan organization with a national membership of judges, lawyers, and other citizens interested in the administration of justice.  The web site contains a list of judicial disciplinary organizations from each state and the District of Columbia that includes contact information for each entity.

Michigan Courts - www.courts.mi.gov
This site provides information about the Michigan court system, including web site links to the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, Trial, and Probate Courts (where available), and the State Court Administrative Office.  The site also contains a "Self-Help Center," which is designed to help the public find legal assistance, learn about Michigan law, and engage in self-representation in some legal matters.

State Bar of Michigan - www.michbar.org  
This site provides information regarding State Bar of Michigan activities and services, and general law-related topics.  Included in the site are recent court opinions, ethics opinions, and a table cross-referencing Canons of the Code of Judicial Conduct to judicial ethics opinions.  State Bar judicial ethics opinions are not binding upon the Judicial Tenure Commission or the Michigan Supreme Court in the judicial discipline process.

State of Michigan - www.mi.gov
This is the official web site of the State of Michigan, which provides information concerning the three branches of government, as well as state departments, agencies, and programs.

U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan - click here for its official web site, which provides general information about the court and its services.

U. S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan - click here for its official web site, which provides general information about the court and its services.

U. S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit - click here
The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit reviews appeals from the federal district courts in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee, and from the U.S. Tax Court and certain federal administrative agencies where the non-governmental parties are from the states that make up the Sixth Circuit.  Information is available for filing complaints of judicial misconduct concerning both district and appellate federal judges in the Sixth Circuit.