The courthouse and other clerk of superior court offices remain open.
All Things Judicial Podcast Bonus Episode Features Supreme Court Clerk of Court and North Carolina’s Newest Appellate Court Judges
Clerk Amy Funderburk identifies historic courtroom artifacts and Chief Justice Paul Newby introduces our newest appellate court judges.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Thomas Wilson to serve as Superior Court Judge in Judicial District 3B (Carteret, Craven and Pamlico co
Mecklenburg County Chief District Court Judge Elizabeth Trosch entered an Administrative Order expanding court operations effective Monday.
Order extends the emergency directives an additional 30 days in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Judicial Branch and Judicial Standards Commission promote the importance of judicial ethics to public confidence in our courts.
New All Things Judicial Podcast Episode Focuses on Enhancing Professionalism Among North Carolina Lawyers
Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism Executive Director Mel Wright interviews Kinston attorney Jimbo Perry.
The guidelines will be in effect for April, May, and June and will expire on June 15, 2021.
All courts and court offices will return to normal operational hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) effective March 3.
Adjustments are being made to the operations of the courthouse, courts, and clerk's office through March 5.
Governor Roy Cooper has announced the following judicial appointments.
Associate Justice Morgan interviewed retired Court of Appeals Judge Wanda Bryant and current Court of Appeals Judge Fred Gore.
The courthouse will remain open, and all superior courts, district courts, and small claims courts will proceed as scheduled February 22-23.
No action plans were necessary for any internal controls.
Cora Billups is celebrating her 50th anniversary with the Guilford County Public Defender’s Office this year.
The courthouse and clerk of superior court’s office remain open.
Chief Justice Paul Newby issued an order today extending emergency directives in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) Extends Postponement of Non-Essential In-Person Hearings Until March 12, 2021
This Mecklenburg County order will be in effect from February 12 until March 12.
District court cases set for court February 10-15 will be continued administratively.
“First African Americans on the North Carolina Bench” Exhibit Comes to Wake County Justice Center Again
The exhibit features a timeline of the lives and achievements of each judge and justice from 1968-2006.