The courthouse and clerk of superior court’s office remain open.
Pitt County district courts will resume court scheduled for January 14.
UPDATE :: Pitt County District Attorney’s Office Closed to the Public Through December 17 Due to an Exposure to COVID-19
During this time, court cases will be handled for individuals who are in custody.
The superior court criminal session (including probation hearings on December 15) will continue to operate during this time.
All sessions of superior court will take place as scheduled. The courthouse and clerk of superior court’s office remain open.
All sessions of district court will take place as scheduled.
Mapping Reveals Extreme Racial Disparities in North Carolina Driver’s License Suspensions, New Website Offers Help
NCPBRC has created a story map project that reveals extreme racial disparities in North Carolina driver’s license suspensions by county.
All court sessions were canceled on August 12 and some on August 13 due to a courthouse employee testing positive for COVID-19.
Sessions of district and superior criminal court are cancelled again for August 13 due to a court employee testing positive for COVID-19.
Sessions of small claims, district and superior court are canceled due to a courthouse employee testing positive for COVID-19.
The BHTC combines court supervision with mental health treatment.
The Order takes effect at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 2, and will remain in effect until further notice.
The committee will provide recommendations on how courthouse operations can resume in a safe, healthy, and timely manner.
Pitt County Schools, Law Enforcement, and Courts Start New Program to Keep Kids in School and Out of Court
Local court, school, law enforcement, juvenile justice and county officials convened to sign the SJP Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Program to focus on keeping kids in school and out of court.
The Supreme Court of North Carolina held traveling sessions in Halifax, Greenville and New Bern to celebrate its bicentennial anniversary.
Supreme Court Celebrates Bicentennial Anniversary by Holding Court Sessions in Eastern North Carolina May 13-15
Watch live on Monday at 9:30 a.m. As part of its bicentennial celebration, the Supreme Court is holding sessions in Eastern North Carolina.
Chief Justice Mark Martin has appointed Judge P. Gwynett Hilburn as chief district court judge for Judicial District 3A.
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Jeffery Foster as superior court judge in Judicial District 3A.