Counties Being Redistricted January 2019Effective January 1, 2019, N.C. General Assembly legislative changes will redistrict some counties for prosecutorial, district, and superior court districts. View details.
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File court documents* or view case info (registration required) in select counties’ civil superior, foreclosure, or domestic violence cases.
*eFiling for civil superior and foreclosure cases is currently only available for Chowan, Davidson, and Wake counties. eFiling for domestic violence cases is currently only available for Alamance, Cumberland, Davidson, Durham, Forsyth, Guilford, Onslow, and Wake counties.
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