LANSING — A survey of users of Michigan’s trial courts yielded a positive response for the third year in a row.
The Michigan Supreme Court recently announced the results of the 2015 Trial Court Public Satisfaction Survey. Around 25,000 court users were asked questions about their level of satisfaction with services. Over ninety percent said they were treated with courtesy and respect by staff, and over eighty percent thought their case was handled fairly.
The survey is part of a statewide initiative to measure and report on court performance. Click here to find out more details about the survey results.