Vance County Court Sessions Canceled for November 30, December 1, and December 3 Due to Exposure of COVID-19 at the Courthouse
The courthouse and clerk of superior court's office will be open during this time with limited staff.
The Court announced that it will begin using the universal citation method for judicial opinions and publications beginning January 1, 2021.
The clerk’s office is closed during this time. The courthouse is open and drop boxes will be located inside the courthouse for filings.
The clerk’s office is closed during this time. Drop boxes will be located inside the courthouse for filings.
Today's order extends emergency directives in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Children and their families will be recognized for their adoption on National Adoption Day on Saturday, November 21, at 10:00 a.m.
All sessions of district court will take place as scheduled.
Wayne County District Criminal Sessions of Court Canceled for November 6, 2020, to Help Limit the Spread of COVID-19
The courthouse and clerk’s office remain open to the public.
The clerk of superior court’s office will be open from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. with limited staffing.
Court officials have been in communication with Orange County Public Health officials to coordinate the appropriate response.
Find updated details on expanding criminal district court operations, clerk of court hours, virtual hearing in civil cases, and jury trials.
Public Required to Make Appointments with Beaufort County Clerk of Superior Court for Estates and Special Proceedings Matters
The new policy is being implemented to help protect the public and staff from the risk of COVID-19.
Chief Justice Beasley Continues Court System COVID-19 Response; Modifies, Extends Emergency Directives
Today’s order also allows jury trials to resume in districts with an approved Jury Trial Resumption Plan.
Conflict Resolution Week is intended to recognize the importance of dispute resolution to the Judicial Branch and North Carolinians.
All filings should be made at the magistrate office.
Snead will begin the duties of his new position on October 1, 2020.
The public is invited to attend, but must register by October 5. The public can also watch the event via livestream
The Commission unanimously concluded in that there was sufficient evidence of factual innocence to merit judicial review.
Today's order further extends time in certain bail bond forfeiture proceedings.
Beginning Friday, October 2, persons seeking to enter the Wake County Courthouse or Justice Center will be subject to a health screening.