Appointments become effective August 1, 2021.
Three district court judges have been appointed to serve in Mecklenburg, Forsyth, and Orange and Chatham Counties.
The Hall of Justice was closed to the public last week due to an employee at the courthouse testing positive for COVID-19.
Courthouse will be closed to the public effective immediately through May 4 due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19.
Chief Justice Beasley Names Three-Judge Panel for Court Hearing Related to Recent NC Innocence Inquiry Commission Decision
The panel will hear evidence relevant to a 2002 murder case in Forsyth County.
Judge Burke was honored with award for his 25 years of service.
The Commission’s executive director, Lindsey Guice Smith, will present the case to Commissioners beginning Monday, March 9.
Supreme Court met in Salisbury, Asheboro and Winston-Salem September 30 - October 2
The Supreme Court will hold two sessions of court at the Forsyth County Hall of Justice in Winston-Salem on October 2.
WATCH LIVE MON-WED: Supreme Court Celebrates 200th Anniversary by Holding Court Sessions in North Carolina Piedmont
Supreme Court will hold court sessions in Salisbury, Asheboro, and Winston-Salem Sept. 30 - Oct. 2. Watch live on Facebook.
The hearing related to two separate convictions in State vs. Merritt Williams Drayton.
The Honorable Susan S. Frye, Forsyth County clerk of superior court received the “Friend of the Court” award by Chief Justice Beasley
Due to the installation of new phones at the Hall of Justice in Forsyth County, there may be a delay in answering some calls.
The N.C. Conference of Clerks of Superior Court recently held a swearing-in ceremony for its newly elected executive officers.
A little bird told us about a unique idea being flown in Forsyth County where judges are employing the use of a “comfort bird."