The State Judicial Council met on Thursday, December 5, at the North Carolina Judicial Center in Raleigh.
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley will reconvene the North Carolina State Judicial Council on Thursday, December 5, in Raleigh.
Mark your calendar with the following three opportunities to celebrate our Supreme Court of North Carolina!
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley will swear-in Judge Robert K. Martelle as Chief District Court Judge for Judicial District 29A.
Chief Justice Beasley Presents Court’s Highest Award to Whichard and Miskimon for Civics Education Service Related to Bicentennial
Justice Willis Whichard and attorney Scott Miskimon were presented with Friend of the Court awards for their service to the Judicial Branch.
Supreme Court Celebrates 200th Anniversary by Holding Court Sessions in Guilford, Orange, and Johnston Counties
The Supreme Court of North Carolina will hold court sessions in Greensboro, Hillsborough, and Smithfield on November 18, 19, and 22.
All Rise! North Carolina Museum of History Exhibit Celebrates the 200th Anniversary of the Supreme Court of North Carolina
Law and Justice: The Supreme Court of North Carolina, 1819–2019 opens November 15 through May 2020.
The Rules Advisory Commission was created by the Supreme Court of North Carolina in September to recommend changes to court rules.
Tabitha Holton’s 1878 law license is now part of the Supreme Court of North Carolina’s collection of historic legal artifacts.
Court of Appeals Chief Judge Linda McGee, Attorney Tom Davis, Writer/Director Tom Earnhardt were presented with Friend of the Court awards.