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Search local rules and forms that only apply to specific court districts and counties, and filter by court and county.
Search court dates by name, citation, and more. View civil and criminal court calendars by county, and the superior court master calendar.
Find online services, including citation services and court collections and payments.
Find training resources, videos, and webinars for Judicial Branch applications, subjects, and more.
A free online service to help users prepare court documents to file for certain case types.
Search the Judicial Directory to find contact information and filter by name, group, or county.
View the Judicial Branch holiday schedule by year.
Find a local courthouse and contact information.
Find upcoming civil case schedules by county and date.
Find upcoming criminal case schedules by county and date.
Find local administrative schedules and calendars for district and superior court by county.
Find court costs, fees, and waiver lists by year.
Rules of practice, procedure, and conduct adopted by the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
Access statistical information on special interest topics and trial court caseloads.
Judicial reports, statistics, fact sheets, and more to inform stakeholders and the public on various court-related matters.
Learn more about North Carolina’s unified court system, cases, officials, routes of appeal, and more.
View and search opinions of the Supreme Court or Court of Appeals.
View and search compiled advance sheets of the North Carolina reports for the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.
eFile Court Documents
File court documents (registration required) for Supreme Court or Court of Appeals. Search and view case information and documents (public).
File court documents, send court notices, and more (registration required).
File court documents* or view case info (registration required) in select counties’ civil superior, foreclosure, or domestic violence cases.
*eFiling civil superior and foreclosure cases: currently only available for Chowan and Wake counties.
*eFiling domestic violence cases: currently only available for Alamance, Cumberland, Davidson, Durham, Forsyth, Guilford, Mecklenburg, Onslow, Orange, Rowan and Wake counties.