The Frank Murphy Hall of Justice is a courthouse located in Detroit, Michigan, at 1441 Saint Antoine Street. It houses the Third Judicial Circuit Court of Michigan, for Wayne County, according to the court's website.
The Third Judicial Circuit Court of Michigan is the largest circuit court in Michigan, as noted on 3rdcc.org. It employs 58 judges who have jurisdiction over family, civil and criminal matters. It has been recognized as a model circuit court because of its cutting-edge case management system. Parking is available in several pay lots within a few blocks radius of the courthouse.
The Frank Murphy Hall of Justice is administered by the Chief Judge, who answers to the Michigan Supreme Court, and by the Executive Court Administrator, who answers to the State Courts' Administrative office. The Criminal Division has a very high volume, and the Family Division oversees juvenile cases, as described by the Michigan State Appellate Defender Office.
Frank Murphy has been described as one of the most important Judicial figures in Detroit history, as reported by Detroit1701.org. He served with honor in World War I, and upon returning, acted as Assistant Federal District Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan. He then served for seven years as Detroit Recorder's judge. He was elected mayor of Detroit in 1930.