eCourts Services - now available in Harnett, Johnston, Lee, Mecklenburg, and Wake Counties. eFiling is required for attorneys filing in eCourts counties (optional for self-represented litigants). Learn more about eCourts.
If you received a citation, see what options you may have, including to pay, dismiss, or reduce your ticket.
A free online service to help users prepare court documents to file for certain case types.
Quickly find when and where you need to appear in court. Search by name, county, and more.
If you need to visit one of our courthouses, we'll help you get in touch with them and help you get there.
Find common answers to your court-related questions.
Secure online access for attorneys and self-represented litigants to submit court documents online to the clerk's office in eCourts counties.
Access court information in eCourts counties, perform smart searches, find court dates, view case information, and make payments.
Going to Court
If you or a family member or friend are about to go to court, let us help educate you on the process.
Find out what to expect when you arrive, how to conduct yourself, and what you need to do when you serve as a juror.
Non-eCourts Counties Only: Subscribe to court date notifications and reminders for criminal cases via email or SMS/text message.
Learn about disability access and ADA compliance in North Carolina courts and resources for special needs/disability services.
Learn how the Judicial Branch accommodates people with spoken foreign language needs, how to request an interpreter, and more.
Find court costs, fees, and waiver lists by year.
Learn how to obtain a criminal background check for yourself or others.
If you know the Judicial Branch employee you'd like to reach, please use our Judicial Directory to find their contact information.
Find statewide forms created and maintained by the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts.
Learn more about North Carolina’s unified court system, cases, officials, routes of appeal, and more.
Find out how to obtain court records.
Find options to make a Judicial Branch record request depending on the type of record. Options may include online, by mail, or in person.