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.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Ricardo Jensen to serve as superior court judge in Judicial District 6 (New Hanover and Pender Counties).
Find Track 4 eCourts training registration information and resources for the legal community.
File & Serve (eFiling) and Portal Training Available for Attorneys and Judicial Partners in March and April 2024
File & Serve (eFiling) and Portal training sessions are now available for attorneys and judicial partners in March and April 2024.
Now that eCourts is live, eFiling is required for attorneys for any filings (including subsequent filings in open cases) in the 12 counties.
To support the transition to eCourts, there will be significant adjustments to courthouse operations the week prior.
Millions more North Carolinians to gain online access to their courthouse.
26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Announces Code-Green Severe Weather Alert for Court Operations on January 9, 2024
Due to inclement weather, all court sessions scheduled for TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2024, have been canceled and all matters will be rescheduled.
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.
District 4 covers Duplin, Jones, and Sampson Counties.
Governor Roy Cooper has announced two judicial appointments to district court (16B) and superior court (19D).
Find Track 3 eCourts training registration information and resources for the legal community.
Portal and File & Serve (eFiling) Training Available for Attorneys and Judicial Partners in eCourts Track 3 Counties
Portal and File & Serve (eFiling) training sessions are now available for attorneys and judicial partners in eCourts Track 3 counties.
Crihfield helped bring attention to mental health issues in his legal community.
Once eCourts is live, eFiling will be required for attorneys for any new filings (including subsequent filings in open cases).
NCAOC has scheduled virtual training sessions for attorneys and various judicial partners. Register for a session. Additional dates added.
Strategies implemented since 2021 have reduced pending cases by 25% compared with the backlog at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brunswick County is just one of 37 counties that operate 71 Recovery Courts across North Carolina.
26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Celebrates Jury Service with Annual Juror Appreciation Month and Week
Celebrating the 23rd Annual Juror Appreciation Week on July 10-14 with several events to be held at the Mecklenburg County Courthouse.