Check holiday list of the Michigan state Supreme Court in the calendar year 2015. Check dates for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans’ Day, Thanksgiving Holiday, Christmas Holiday and New Year’s Eve in US.
Michigan Supreme Court Holidays 2015
|January – 1||Thursday||
New Year’s Day
|January – 19||Monday||
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
|February – 16||Monday||
|May – 25||Monday||
|July – 3||Friday||
|September – 7||Monday||
|November – 11||Wednesday||
|November – 26||Thursday||
|November – 27||Friday||
|December – 24||Thursday||
|December – 25||Friday||
|December – 31||Thursday||
New Year’s Eve
- The following holidays are to be observed by all state courts, except those courts which have adopted modifying administrative orders pursuant to MCR 8.112(B):
New Year’s Day, January 1;
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the third Monday in January in conjunction with the federal holiday;
Presidents’ Day, the third Monday in February;
Memorial Day, the last Monday in May;
Independence Day, July 4;
Labor Day, the first Monday in September;
Veterans’ Day, November 11;
Thanksgiving Day, the fourth Thursday in November;
Friday after Thanksgiving;
Christmas Eve, December 24;
Christmas Day, December 25;
New Year’s Eve, December 31;
- When New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Veterans’ Day, or Christmas Day falls on Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be a holiday. When New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Veterans’ Day, or Christmas Day falls on Sunday, the following Monday shall be a holiday. When Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve falls on Friday, the preceding Thursday shall be a holiday. When Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve falls on Saturday or Sunday, the preceding Friday shall be a holiday.
- Courts are encouraged to promulgate a modifying administrative order if appropriate to accommodate or achieve uniformity with the holiday practices of local governmental units regarding local public employees.
- With the prior approval of the chief judge, a judge may continue a trial in progress or dispose of judicial matters on any of the listed holidays if he or she finds it to be necessary.
- Any action taken by a court on February 12, Lincoln’s birthday, or on the second Monday in October, Columbus Day, shall be valid.