Superior Court Judge Quentin T. Sumner received the Judicial District Professionalism Award for his service in the 8th Judicial District.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with Forsyth County Chief Assistant District Attorney Jennifer L. Martin
Martin has served as a Forsyth County prosecutor since 1999.
Now that eCourts is live, eFiling is required for attorneys for any filings (including subsequent filings in open cases) in the 12 counties.
Merriweather has served as Mecklenburg County's chief prosecutor since 2017.
James "Jimbo" S. Perry Named as Executive Director of the Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism
Perry replaces former Executive Director Melvin Wright who served in this capacity until his retirement in December 2023.
This annual award is given for dedication and commitment to the principles of professionalism and public service to North Carolinians.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with Retired Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism Executive Director Mel Wright
Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism's former Executive Director Mel Wright retired December 2023.
Millions more North Carolinians to gain online access to their courthouse.
The changes are the result of the expiration of terms and vacancies.
Womble was the very first recipient of the Chief Justice's Professionalism Award.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Proclaims January 2024 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month for the Judicial Branch
January 11 is proclaimed as Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
Excerpts from a 2023 discussion between Chief Justice Paul Newby and UNC Law Professor John Orth.
26th Judicial District Announces Operational Changes Impacting Criminal Matters in Superior and District Court
Operational changes will be implemented, effective January 2, 2024, for courtrooms 1150, 4330, 5310, 8330, 8350, 8370, and 8390.
Judge Eagles will begin serving as chief district court judge February 1, 2024.
District 4 covers Duplin, Jones, and Sampson Counties.
The report memorializes the work of the ACEs Task Force and provides recommendations for further integration of trauma-informed care.
Jordan was a role model for women seeking a career in the legal field.
The goal of each VTC is to connect eligible veterans with benefits and treatment earned through military service.
Crihfield helped bring attention to mental health issues in his legal community.
Veterans Treatment Court helps veterans involved in the justice system due to mental health disorders, trauma, and substance use.