Find highlights from the June 1, 2020 Administrative Order pertaining to modified court operations for Mecklenburg County for June 2020.
The press conference was held in the courtroom at the Supreme Court of North Carolina, downtown Raleigh.
Chief Justice Beasley to speak about the intersection of the justice system and the protests occurring in cities across North Carolina.
Orders extend emergency directives, time for filing a notice of appeal, stay pending evictions, and create an eviction mediation program.
We have implemented the following guidelines to ensure that everyone has as safe of a visit to the Dare County Courthouse as possible.
Mary Pollard Appointed as Executive Director of the North Carolina Office of Indigent Defense Services
Pollard is expected to begin her new role in August and will replace Thomas Maher, who was the executive director for the past 11 years.
The five-week series is designed to provide students with practical knowledge and experience in a lost summer for learning application.
Chief Justice Beasley Issues New Order and Emergency Directives Expanding North Carolina Court Operations
The orders extend filing deadlines, postpone jury trials, and require in-person court operations to take place with some restrictions.
WATCH LIVE: Chief Justice Beasley to hold press conference about court operations Thursday at 10:00 a.m.
A virtual press conference will be held on Thursday, May 21, to announce new directives affecting statewide court operations.