Listen to excerpts from the January 2023 investiture ceremonies of Associate Justice Trey Allen and Chief Judge Donna Stroud.
The Court is withdrawing its previous order implementing the universal citation system for judicial opinions and publications.
Chief Judge Donna S. Stroud has been formally invested as Chief Judge of the North Carolina Court of Appeals during a swearing-in ceremony.
MEDIA ADVISORY :: Chief Judge Donna S. Stroud to be Formally Invested as Chief Judge of the North Carolina Court of Appeals
Chief Judge Stroud will be invested during a ceremony to be held in the Court of Appeals courtroom.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Proclaims January 2023 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month for the Judicial Branch
January 11 is proclaimed as Human Trafficking Awareness Day
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with Former Supreme Court of North Carolina Associate Justice Harry C. Martin
Martin served on the Superior Court, Court of Appeals, Supreme Court, and Cherokee Supreme Court.
Justice Trey Allen has been formally invested as associate justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina during a swearing-in ceremony.
MEDIA ADVISORY :: Trey Allen to be Installed as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina
Trey Allen will be installed as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina on Wednesday, January 4, 2023 at 2:00 p.m.
Brown replaces Trey Allen who has been elected as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with Former Supreme Court of North Carolina Associate Justice David M. Britt
Britt was Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives where he was instrumental in establishing the unified court system.
James "Jimbo" S. Perry Named as Co-Executive Director of the Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism
Mr. Perry's tenure as co-executive director begins January 1, 2023.
Throughout a 50-year law practice, Morgan embodied professionalism and public service.
Ragan R. Oakley Named as Assistant Director of the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts
Oakley replaces David Hoke who is retiring after 21 years of service.
Court will be delayed due to several swearing in ceremonies.
All Things Judicial Hosts Army National Guard Senior Officers for Discussion on Service During State Active Duty Missions
Episode features senior level judge advocate officers in the North Carolina Army National Guard.
A useful discussion about legal services available to military personnel in North Carolina courts.
The judges have been certified as Science and Technology Resource Judges for our State by the National Courts and Sciences Institute (NCSI).
Barber's term runs from September 1, 2022, through August 3, 2026.
The Old Beaufort County Courthouse is allegedly haunted by the ghost of Reverend George Carawan, who was tried for murder in 1853.
This year marks 15 years of operation for the Innocence Inquiry Commission.