Magistrates are often the public's first contact with judicial review.
On June 16, Forsyth County Superior Court Judge Richard Gottlieb vacated the conviction of Merritt Williams.
Mitchell created the Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism with the mission to enhance professionalism among NC lawyers.
Listen as a recovery court graduate gives a moving testimony about her life's journey and how recovery court was truly lifesaving.
Two celebrations will be held to honor and recognize participants for their dedication to recovery.
MEDIA ADVISORY :: 8th Judicial District Family Accountability and Recovery Court (FARC) to Hold Celebration
The celebration luncheon will recognize and honor several participants for their dedication to recovery and the graduation from FARC.
The Battle of Moores Creek Bridge occurred on February 27, 1776, and was America's first decisive battlefield victory.
The Conference of Chief District Court Judges is reviewing the statewide presumptive child support guidelines.
The Supreme Court of North Carolina will hold its May session of court at the Historic Burke County Courthouse in Morganton.
The case arises from the murder of Nathaniel Jones on November 15, 2002.
Drug Court Month is a celebration of the lives restored through the drug courts.
All Things Judicial Focuses on Guardians ad Litem During North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Child Advocate Month
GAL's mission is to equip community volunteers to serve abused and neglected children by advocating for their best interests in court.
Awards were presented April 20 at the joint reception and dinner of the North Carolina State Bar and the North Carolina Bar Association.
Former Chief Justice Frye was the first African American associate justice and chief justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
Perry is only the second person to be appointed as chief special counsel for North Carolina.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Resumes 100-County Tour with Visits to Northern Piedmont and Northeastern Counties
At each courthouse, he greets judges and courthouse personnel to thank them for their hard work and dedication in keeping courts open.
Episode's guests include OJD's Eric Zogry, Burcu Hensley, and LaTobia Avent.
All Things Judicial Podcast Focuses on Public Confidence in North Carolina's Courts and the Role of the Judicial Standards Commission
The Commission initiates proceedings against judges for the purpose of making disciplinary recommendations to the Supreme Court.
Face Covering Mandate and Other COVID-19 Protocols Lifted as 26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Expands Court Operations
Administrative Order (22-R-396) addresses the use of face coverings and other COVID-19 protocols in the Mecklenburg County Courthouse.
The Commission provides continuing legal education and acts as a voluntary peer intervention program involving professionalism issues.