Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Judge C. Ashley Gore to serve as superior court judge in Judicial District 13A (Bladen and Columbus).
The new law expands the definition of what is considered human trafficking and sexual servitude to mirror federal law.
This month we recognize "the importance of jury service in protecting the rights of all people and its significance to the community.”
Governor Roy Cooper announced two judicial appointments to North Carolina District and Special Superior Courts.
The previous DRC logo has been retired and will no longer be used by the Commission.
Harrelson was North Carolina's first and longest-serving public defender.
A roundtable discussion about the importance of courthouse security in fulfilling the constitutional mission of the Judicial Branch.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Joel Oakley to serve as district court judge in Judicial District 18 (Guilford County).
Attorneys can now file under Criminal Motions and Order for DA Review in File and Serve if documents need to be reviewed by the DA's office.
Martin served as judge from 1985-1988, and 1992-2004, and as Chief Judge from 2004-2014.
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.
The update provides access to confidential records in all cases for which an attorney is listed as an attorney of record.
Safe Babies Court aims to reduce the time a child spends in foster care before reaching a permanent, safe home.
The court manager employees have consistently demonstrated professionalism and have gained the respect of their peers.
The NCPBRC is proud to announce the induction of 552 attorneys into the 2022 North Carolina Attorney Pro Bono Society and 27 paralegals.
Mecklenburg County residents are receiving jury service scam phone calls from someone posing as law enforcement.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Anna Goodwin to serve as district court judge in Judicial District 20B (Union County).
The courthouse will be closed to the public during this time.
Inspired by father's real-life "To Kill a Mockingbird" trial, Brinkley participated in U.S. Supreme Court case to desegregate UNC Law.
The award was presented to Max Ashworth by Chief Justice Paul Newby.