The goal of each VTC is to connect eligible veterans with benefits and treatment earned through military service.
Find Track 3 eCourts training registration information and resources for the legal community.
Portal and File & Serve (eFiling) Training Available for Attorneys and Judicial Partners in eCourts Track 3 Counties
Portal and File & Serve (eFiling) training sessions are now available for attorneys and judicial partners in eCourts Track 3 counties.
This document shares important guidance for eCourts users.
The Tech Fair showcased court technology currently being utilized in courthouses across North Carolina.
Crihfield helped bring attention to mental health issues in his legal community.
Veterans Treatment Court helps veterans involved in the justice system due to mental health disorders, trauma, and substance use.
Justin Green, Lora T. Baker, and M. Jason Williams have been appointed to serve in district courts.
This strategic plan is an opportunity to address the impacts of the opioid crisis and other substance addictions harming communities.
Track 3 includes Beaufort, Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Dare, Gates, Hyde, Martin, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell, and Washington Counties.
The new statewide platform is for legal professionals seeking pro bono service that makes a meaningful difference for North Carolinians.
All Things Judicial "Fright Court" Episode Focuses on Two Haunted County Courthouses and the Tale of Legendary Accused Murderer Tom Dooley
Each Halloween, we release a special episode called "Fright Court," where we focus on ghostly legends associated with our legal community.
The Supreme Court’s order amending the rules was adopted on October 18, 2023, and becomes effective on November 20, 2023.
This award is presented to courthouse employees whose contributions have demonstrated the highest commitment to genuine professionalism.
The roundtable was an opportunity for North Carolina state leaders to use the Miami-Dade Criminal Mental Health Project as a model.
Conflict Resolution Week is intended to recognize the importance of dispute resolution to the Judicial Branch and to North Carolinians.
He earned recognition and praise as a general practitioner in Beaufort County for over 70 years.
Now that eCourts is live, eFiling is required for attorneys for any new filings (including subsequent filings in open cases) in Mecklenburg.
Court officials will begin moving to the new courthouse October 9 with an opening date of October 23, 2023.
Once eCourts is live, eFiling will be required for attorneys for any new filings (including subsequent filings in open cases).