A Subcommittee of the COVID-19 Task Force developed a model administrative order that court officials can use to establish Webex protocols.
Beginning Monday, January 10, the Harnett County Clerk of Superior Court's Office will operate in teams.
An updated Benchbook is now available for attorneys serving as arbitrators in the North Carolina Court-Ordered Arbitration Program.
All calls to judicial offices and court staff will need to be made using 10-digit dialing with the area code plus the number.
Case 11CRS304 was referred forward for a hearing before a three-judge panel.
The hearing is anticipated to last two days on December 14-15 and will be livestreamed.
Governor Roy Cooper announced four judicial appointments to Superior and District Courts across the state.
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The Court’s order was adopted on October 13, 2021, and is applicable to cases that are appealed on or after January 1, 2022.
Currituck County Clerk of Superior Court Raymond Matukso was installed as the new president of the Conference of Clerks of Superior Court.
An investiture ceremony will be held on Wednesday, September 29 at 10:00 a.m. in Superior Courtroom 1 of the Halifax County courthouse.
The Supreme Court has adopted new rule amendments that affect trial court practice and procedure, arbitration, and mediation.
Jennifer Karpowicz Bland to serve as District Court Judge for Judicial District 1.
"I was truly impressed beyond belief at the overall experience."
This one-hour eCourts CLE opportunity, From Paper to Digital: The eCourts Update, is available on-demand for attorneys and paralegals.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Rosalind Baker and Jon W. Myers as District Court judges.
Governor Roy Cooper selects Sternlicht to serve in Cumberland County.
Governor Roy Cooper tabs Murray as acting district attorney for Henderson, Polk, and Transylvania counties.
May 20, 12:00-1:00 p.m. Participants will leave with an understanding of how to better accommodate members of the blind community.
Employees are recognized for 45 years of service.