The People of Muskegon County are represented at the district court level by a team of assistant prosecutors who ensure that the large number of criminal files which pass through the 60th District Court are prosecuted diligently and fairly.
The District Court Division is responsible for all misdemeanor cases including Domestic Violence, Operating While Intoxicated, and Possession of Marijuana. In 2017, the Prosecutor's Office handled over 3,000 misdemeanor cases.
The Division is led by Assistant Prosecutor Rachael McEnhill who is assigned full-time to deal with cases before District Court Judge Harold Closz. Assistant Prosecutors Katherine Matlock, Dan Short, and Clinton Rosekopf are assigned to Chief Judge Raymond Kostrzewa, Judge Maria Ladas-Hoopes and Judge Geoff Nolan respectively.
The District Court Division is committed to giving victims of misdemeanor crimes the best possible representation and is dedicated to achieving justice in a firm, fair and swift manner.