Governor Roy Cooper has announced two judicial appointments to district court (16B) and superior court (19D).
A panel of three superior court judges will be appointed to hear the case in Robeson County.
All Things Judicial Features Interview with Supreme Court of North Carolina Associate Justice Trey Allen
Allen is one of the two newest members on the Court having been elected in November 2022.
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.
At each county courthouse, Newby greets courthouse personnel to thank them for their hard work and dedication in keeping courts open.
All calls to judicial offices and court staff will need to be made using 10-digit dialing with the area code plus the number.
Governor Roy Cooper announced four judicial appointments to Superior and District Courts.
She is the first Native American female chief district court judge in the State of North Carolina.
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.
The first of these upcoming clinics will be in Lumberton March 25-26 and Whiteville March 26-27.
Multiple courthouses are currently experiencing telephone service outages.
An order from Chief Justice Martin regarding counties affected by Hurricane Florence.
Chief Justice Martin Appoints Judge Judith Daniels as Chief District Court Judge in Judicial District 16B
Chief Justice Mark Martin has appointed Judge Judith Daniels as chief district court judge for Judicial District 16B (Robeson County).
The Family Drug Treatment Court program in Judicial District 16B has recently received a Program of Excellence award.