The goal of each VTC is to connect eligible veterans with benefits and treatment earned through military service.
Attorneys may update their profile at portal.ncbar.gov to include a mailing address, phone number, and email to be used for Rule 5 service.
A roundtable discussion about the importance of courthouse security in fulfilling the constitutional mission of the Judicial Branch.
Attorneys can now file under Criminal Motions and Order for DA Review in File and Serve if documents need to be reviewed by the DA's office.
The update provides access to confidential records in all cases for which an attorney is listed as an attorney of record.
eCourts is officially live in the four pilot counties (Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake) today, Monday, February 13.
Once eCourts is live, eFiling will be required for attorneys for any new filings made in these four counties.
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).
Additional virtual (Webex) training dates for File & Serve are now available for attorneys, paralegals, and legal staff to register.
In order to ensure a successful launch, the decision has been made to delay the pilot county eCourts Odyssey ICMS.
The Odyssey ICMS is projected to launch in four pilot counties of Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake.
Training sessions will be offered both virtually and in person for File and Serve in September. Attorneys may register now.
Governor Roy Cooper has announced two district court judge appointments for Judicial Districts 8 and 11.
All calls to judicial offices and court staff will need to be made using 10-digit dialing with the area code plus the number.
Judge Salmon will serve in District 11.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Continues 100 County Courthouse Tour in Harnett, Johnston, and Lee Counties
He will be the first chief justice to visit all of North Carolina's courthouses from Murphy to Manteo.
All appointments effective January 1, 2021.
Supreme Court Celebrates 200th Anniversary by Holding Court Sessions in Guilford, Orange, and Johnston Counties
The Supreme Court of North Carolina will hold court sessions in Greensboro, Hillsborough, and Smithfield on November 18, 19, and 22.