Rules for jurors regarding mobile devices, electronic communication, internet use, and social media.
Outlines employer responsibilities regarding jury service in North Carolina.
Will acquaint persons who have been selected to serve on a North Carolina grand jury with the general nature and importance of their role.
Information about jury service as a duty and why it is important in the administration of justice.
NCAOC makes every reasonable effort to ensure that individuals with disabilities have equal access to the courts.
An individual with a disability who needs a reasonable accommodation can ask any judicial staff for assistance.
To assist mediators in contacting individual districts, the Commission has compiled a list of contact persons.
CME Information for Certified Mediators and Sponsors of CME Programs.
List of persons authorized and approved to prepare transcripts of proceedings in the courts of all counties of the State of North Carolina.
Information for Spanish court interpreters who are registered and contracted with NCAOC to provide interpreting services.
DRC Guidelines for Issuing Provisional Pre-Training Approvals.
Find and search offense codes, including descriptions, classes, and General Statutes.
Family Financial Mediator Certification Application
Superior Court Mediator Certification Application
If you have a disability and need a reasonable accommodation, contact the local Disability Access Coordinator for the county.
Searching the Automated Criminal/Infractions System
DRC Dated and Out-of-State Training Policy
Felony and Misdemeanor classification under the Structured Sentencing Act for offenses committed on or after December 1, 2017.