The report on the number of drug trafficking offenses in the prior calendar which were modified under G.S. 90-95(h)(5a).
Listings of unclaimed property by last name (inclusive of all counties) provided annually by the State Treasurer's Office.
View reports on the activities and statistics of the North Carolina Business Court.
Annual Report describes the activities and accomplishments of the Dispute Resolution Commission.
Appellate Courts, Budget Management and Financial Services, Court Programs, Human Resources, and Trial Courts
This report includes the number and types of expunctions granted and the use of funds appropriated to support the processing of expunctions.
The Information Technology Fund Annual Report is pursuant to G.S. 7A-343.2.
This report provides select information on the number of instances of assaults in detention facilities involving employees.
This report includes grant funds received or preapproved.
Annual report provides statistical data of the activities of the Judicial Standards Commission.
Annual reports on North Carolina’s unified family court programs.
This report includes contracts which have been active in FY 2019-20 and reflects information that was current as of March 1, 2020.
Projection of available bed space for the Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Program for the next five fiscal years.
This report includes any NCAOC contracts entered into under 7A-109(d) in effect during the calendar year.
This report includes all positions within the Judicial Branch that have remained vacant for 12 months or more.
Appellate Courts, Budget Management and Financial Services, Court Programs and Services, Human Resources, and Trial Courts
Annual reports on convictions and sentences imposed for Driving While Impaired offenses.
A collection of SPAC study reports on various criminal justice topics of interest, many in response to legislative directives or requests.
Future correctional facility population projections in order to inform and determine resource needs.
A report and recommendations submitted to the North Carolina General Assembly.