26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Announces Modified Court Operations effective February 1, 2022 through February 28, 2022
The new modifications to court operations are effective February 1-28, 2022. See the attached reference chart for full details.
26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Announces All Sessions of Court Will Operate as Normally Scheduled on January 21, 2022
All court sessions will operate normally on Friday. See full details.
WORTH Court is a specialized court designed to help human trafficking survivors with supportive care and intervention services.
26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Announces a CODE GREEN – SEVERE Weather Alert for Court Operations on January 19, 2022
Many court sessions are delayed. See full details for times.
26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Announces a CODE GREEN – SEVERE Weather Alert for Court Operations on January 18, 2022
Many court sessions are canceled with some exceptions and delayed openings. See full details.
Lydia A. Hoza to serve a four year term as the first public defender for Judicial District 27B.
Beginning Monday, January 10, the Harnett County Clerk of Superior Court's Office will operate in teams.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Proclaims January 2022 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month for the Judicial Branch
Chief Justice Paul Newby has proclaimed January 2022 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month in the Judicial Branch by way of a judicial order.
An updated Benchbook is now available for attorneys serving as arbitrators in the North Carolina Court-Ordered Arbitration Program.
Podcast features highlights from six of the 25 episodes produced during its inaugural season.
All calls to judicial offices and court staff will need to be made using 10-digit dialing with the area code plus the number.
The Supreme Court of North Carolina has issued an administrative order regarding motions for the disqualification or recusal of justices.
Featuring a select number of charities supported by Judicial Branch employees.
Case 11CRS304 was referred forward for a hearing before a three-judge panel.
26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Announces Modified Court Operations effective January 1, 2022 through January 31, 2022
The new modifications to court operations are effective January 1-31, 2022. See the attached reference chart for full details.
For the first time since the legislatively mandated rate cuts of 2011, the IDS Commission was able to raise the district court rates.
The hearing is anticipated to last two days on December 14-15 and will be livestreamed.
The recent state budget made the largest investment ever in the Judicial Branch.
Governor Roy Cooper announced four judicial appointments to Superior and District Courts across the state.
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