26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Announces Modified Court Operations effective January 1, 2022 through January 31, 2022
The new modifications to court operations are effective January 1-31, 2022. See the attached reference chart for full details.
For the first time since the legislatively mandated rate cuts of 2011, the IDS Commission was able to raise the district court rates.
The hearing is anticipated to last two days on December 14-15 and will be livestreamed.
The recent state budget made the largest investment ever in the Judicial Branch.
Governor Roy Cooper announced four judicial appointments to Superior and District Courts across the state.
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The Task Force will work to develop a process to utilize audio visual technology to hold remote hearings for those in detention facilities.
All Things Judicial Focuses on the Cherokee Tribal Courts of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians
Each November, the Branch recognizes American Indian Heritage Month and celebrates the heritage of American Indians in North Carolina.
Kimberly Best will fill the vacant seat created by the retirement of Robert Bell.
The Task Force holds quarterly meetings in various regions of the state.
Effective immediately, marriage ceremonies will resume Monday through Friday by appointment only, between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Visits Halifax, Bertie, Hertford, Northampton, Nash, Edgecombe and Wilson Counties During 100 County Tour
Newby's 100 county tour first began in Cherokee County in May and is expected to end in Dare County in 2022.
Judge Salmon will serve in District 11.
Chief Justice Newby, as head of the Judicial Branch, urges support for investments in the Judiciary.
26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Announces Modified Court Operations effective December 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021
The new modifications to court operations are effective December 1-31. See the attached reference chart for full details.
The late North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge Maurice Braswell shared experiences as a B-17 tail gunner and POW in World War II.
On November 20, the court will recognize a total of eighty-four (84) youths who have received decrees between November 2020 and October 2021
At each county courthouse, he greets courthouse personnel to thank them for their hard work and dedication in keeping courts open this year.
The Family Accountability and Recovery Court selected to serve as an example for other rural communities to follow.
Members voted to appoint Dorothy Hairston Mitchell as chair at the October 29, 2021 meeting.