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Governor Roy Cooper has announced three new judicial appointments across the state.
The go-live date for the four pilot counties (Harnett, Johnston, Lee and Wake) for the eCourts ICMS and eFiling will be Monday, February 13.
Judge Craig James to serve as district court judge in Judicial District 11 (Harnett, Johnston, and Lee counties).
Governor Roy Cooper announced that he will appoint Allison Riggs to serve as a North Carolina Court of Appeals judge.
Timothy W. Wilson will serve as Superior Court Judge in Judicial District 7A serving Nash County.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Judge Donald Cureton Jr. to serve as superior court judge in Mecklenburg County.
The funding will allow the Accountability and Recovery Court to expand its life-saving work.
Scott Conrad is appointed to serve as district court judge in Judicial District 25.
The video is part of the new domestic violence screening protocol which is being piloted in Durham County.
Chief Justice Newby recently recognized three Judicial Branch employees for their professionalism.
Governor Cooper appointed The Honorable Tonia Cutchin to serve as superior court Judge in Judicial District 18E.
Additional virtual (Webex) training dates for File & Serve are now available for attorneys, paralegals, and legal staff to register.
Stephanie L. Reese will serve as Superior Court Judge in Judicial District 18B, serving part of Guilford County.
North Carolina Judicial Branch Employees Recognized at Certified Public Manager Program Commencement Event
40th Anniversary event also recognizes two 2020 graduates from NCAOC.
In order to ensure a successful launch, the decision has been made to delay the pilot county eCourts Odyssey ICMS.
Governor Roy Cooper has announced the following judicial appointments to Superior Court District 4 and District Court District 26.
The Odyssey ICMS is projected to launch in four pilot counties of Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Ashlie P. Shanley to serve as district attorney in Prosecutorial District 25 (Cabarrus County).