The orders entered today by Chief Justice Beasley extend the effect of Emergency Directives 2–8.
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This directive requires that an affidavit be filed in residential evictions to confirm compliance with the federal CARES Act.
Chief Justice Beasley Orders Extension of Emergency Directives Regarding Jury Trials and Court Facility Public Health Measures
The directives postpone jury trials, prescribe social distancing measures, and allow additional time for ejectment proceedings.
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley Issues Emergency Orders Requiring Face Coverings in Courthouses and Planning for the Resumption of Jury Trials
Chief Justice Beasley announced that jury trials in North Carolina courts will be delayed through at least September.
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The directives continue to allow increased use of technology and seek to limit foot traffic in courthouses.
The address focused on the Judicial Branch’s commitment to access, fairness, and impartiality for the people of North Carolina.
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Chief Justice Beasley Extends Emergency Orders Regarding Jury Trials and Court Facility Public Health Measures
Emergency directives postpone jury trials, prescribe social distancing measures, and allow extra time for summary ejectment proceedings.