Former Chief Justice Billings served as a district court judge, associate justice, and the 22nd chief justice of the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court has adopted new rule amendments that affect trial court practice and procedure, arbitration, and mediation.
Jennifer Karpowicz Bland to serve as District Court Judge for Judicial District 1.
The Honorable Sandra E. Beaman, Greene County Clerk of Superior Court, has announced that she will retire on September 30, 2021.
The Task Force is co-chaired by AOC Director Judge Andrew Heath and Ben David, DA of New Hanover and Pender Counties.
North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission's Victim Services is Featured on All Things Judicial Podcast
Guests are Robin Colbert, Katie Monroe, and Emma Paul.
This legislation was one of the Commission’s priorities for the 2021 legislative session.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Continues 100 County Courthouse Tour in Harnett, Johnston, and Lee Counties
He will be the first chief justice to visit all of North Carolina's courthouses from Murphy to Manteo.
Mecklenburg County will modify court operations effective August 16 and remain open for business. See more details.
26th Judicial District Updated Response to Protect Public Health and Slow the Spread of COVID-19 in Mecklenburg County Courthouse
All sessions of district and superior court in Mecklenburg scheduled August 11-13 will be rescheduled to a date after August 13.
26th Judicial District Announces Court Closures to Protect Public Health and Slow the Spread of COVID-19 in Mecklenburg County Courthouse
All previously scheduled sessions on August 9 and 10 will be rescheduled to a date after August 10 with limited exceptions.
Only parties and attorneys directly involved in the cases being argued will be allowed to enter the building to attend the arguments.
Brian Wilks to serve in Durham County.
District criminal court is canceled for August 5 and August 10. Superior criminal court is canceled for August 9-11.
Hear interviews with teachers, Supreme Court justices, and information about free educational materials and Speakers Bureau.
Glenn Gerding will continue as appellate defender following a vote by members of the North Carolina Commission on Indigent Defense Services.
Mecklenburg County courts have collaborated with mediation services and nonprofits to connect landlords and tenants to resources.
This order requires all individuals who enter the Mecklenburg County Courthouse to wear a face covering inside the building.
"I was truly impressed beyond belief at the overall experience."
The Court of Appeals will resume its regular schedule of oral arguments in person when the fall session begins in August.