This order is effective June 9 and rescinds and replaces provisions for face coverings and social distancing set forth in previous orders.
Timothy Gould will serve as Superior Court Judge and Cull Jordan III as District Court Judge
This one-hour eCourts CLE opportunity, From Paper to Digital: The eCourts Update, is available on-demand for attorneys and paralegals.
To understand the impact of ACEs on children and to develop strategies for addressing adverse childhood experiences within our court system.
The local Administrative Order requiring face coverings for all persons entering the Mecklenburg County Courthouse shall remain in effect.
Governor Roy Cooper selects Sternlicht to serve in Cumberland County.
The Supreme Court’s order amending the rules was adopted on 21 April 2021 and is effective on 10 May 2021.
Governor Roy Cooper announced four judicial appointments to Superior and District Courts.
Casey L. Calloway Named Trial Court Administrator for the 26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County)
Judge W. Robert Bell and Judge Elizabeth Trosch named Calloway as trial court administrator on April 1, 2021.
Judge Cole will retire on March 31 after serving a long and distinguished career.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Thomas Wilson to serve as Superior Court Judge in Judicial District 3B (Carteret, Craven and Pamlico co
Mecklenburg County Chief District Court Judge Elizabeth Trosch entered an Administrative Order expanding court operations effective Monday.
Governor Roy Cooper has announced the following judicial appointments.
Buncombe County Superior Court Judge Marvin Pope retired February 1 after a 48-year legal career.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed William “Bill” Wolfe to serve as a superior court judge in Judicial District 7C (Edgecombe and Wilson).
Governor Roy Cooper today announced judicial appointments to the North Carolina Superior Court and to the North Carolina District Court.
See the memo for full details regarding the modifications to court operations.
Mecklenburg County will modify its court operations effective December 14, 2020. See the press release for full details.
The superior court criminal session (including probation hearings on December 15) will continue to operate during this time.
The Supreme Court has amended rules affecting transcripts in the Rules of Appellate Procedure, and three rule sets affecting mediation.