Supreme Court Held Sessions in the North Carolina State Capitol to Celebrate Bicentennial Anniversary
As part of its bicentennial celebration, the Supreme Court of North Carolina held sessions of court in the N.C. State Capitol Building.
WATCH LIVE WEDNESDAY: Supreme Court to Hold Court Sessions at North Carolina State Capitol May 28-29
As part of its bicentennial celebration, the Supreme Court will hold sessions of court in the North Carolina State Capitol Building.
The Honorable Susan S. Frye, Forsyth County clerk of superior court received the “Friend of the Court” award by Chief Justice Beasley
The Supreme Court of North Carolina held traveling sessions in Halifax, Greenville and New Bern to celebrate its bicentennial anniversary.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed a district court judge in District 11.
Guests include Trial Court Administrator Ellen Hancox and Trial Court Coordinator Caitlin Emmons.
Judge Reuben F. Young became the newest member of the North Carolina Court of Appeals today.
View an order on May 8 from Chief Justice Beasley regarding continuing catastrophic conditions in Jones County.
Judge Christopher Brook became the newest member of the North Carolina Court of Appeals today.
Supreme Court Celebrates Bicentennial Anniversary by Holding Court Sessions in Eastern North Carolina May 13-15
Watch live on Monday at 9:30 a.m. As part of its bicentennial celebration, the Supreme Court is holding sessions in Eastern North Carolina.