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Kentwood is a city of over 45,000 people in Kent County, Michigan. It is part of the Grand Rapids Metropolitan Area. Kentwood was first incorporated in 1967 to prevent the unincorporated area from being annexed by Grand Rapids and the city of Wyoming, Michigan.
Kentwood’s District Court – the court which handles most civil and criminal matters at the initial trial level – is in Michigan’s district 62-B.
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