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Before you begin, have you tried the Help Topics section to find common answers about what you are looking for?

Questions and information about court, court records (including divorce decrees), case information, jury duty, etc., should be directed to the Clerk of Superior Court office in the appropriate county. 

If you were attempting to pay or find your citation but your citation is not listed, please check your citation number and make sure you entered the citation number correctly. If you don't know or can't find your citation number, you may be able to search and find it by name.

There are several reasons your citation might not appear even if you entered it correctly. Your citation may:
  • Require a court appearance
  • Not have been entered into the system yet (can take 24-48 hours from the time your citation was issued)
  • Not be payable online
  • Data entry error
If you choose to pay the citation, the website is provided as an alternative method to a postal payment. If the website is not available, it remains your responsibility to make timely payments to the courthouse or appear in court as noted in the citation. See the Traffic Violations Help Topic for more information.

You may direct questions about your citation, or find other payment options, to the Clerk of Superior Court office in the county in which the citation was issued.

 

The N.C. courts do not allow international network traffic on the online services network. If you are able to log into a Virtual Private Network (VPN) that is located inside the U.S, you should be able to access our Citation Services page directly.

If you choose to pay the citation, the website is provided as an alternative method to a postal payment. If the website is not available, it remains your responsibility to make timely payments to the courthouse or appear in court as noted in the citation. See the Traffic Violations Help Topic for more information.

You may direct questions about your citation, or find postal payment information, to the Clerk of Superior Court office in the county in which the citation was issued.

 

Most forms used throughout the Judicial Branch are available on the website. You may search and find frequently-used, statewide forms. Search by keyword, form number, statute, or subject. Try to broaden your search by using a keyword(s) instead of a specific phrase. See a helpful video available for explaining how to search for forms

Are you looking for local forms? District- or county-specific local forms (and rules) may be searched by keyword, court, or county. You may also find local forms on the county pages.

You may direct questions about forms to the Clerk of Superior Court office in the appropriate county.

 

Previous court dockets would be available through the county's courthouse. Please contact the Clerk of Superior Court office in the appropriate county.  
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