Public Announcement from the Office of the Mecklenburg County Clerk of Superior Court In Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) April 17, 2020
Mecklenburg County Clerk of Superior Court’s Office will immediately implement modifications to its hours of operations and availability.
The order states that documents due to be filed from March 16 to June 1 will be deemed timely filed if received on June 1, 2020.
Clerk Roeder is one of only nine clerks of the Supreme Court to have her portrait painted and displayed in the Supreme Court building.
Beginning Wednesday, April 8, the New Hanover County Clerk of Courts Office will be open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Chief Justice Beasley's order contains seven directives including the postponement of court proceedings until June 1, 2020.
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley has declared the month of April as North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Child Advocate Month in the Judicial Branch.
Buncombe County and Asheville City Schools, Law Enforcement, and Courts Start New Program to Keep Kids in School and Out of Court
The SJP offers a chance for stakeholders to shine a light on programs that work at school and keep kids out of court.
The order extends all appellate court deadlines that fall between March 27 – April 30, 2020 for 60 days.
Additional modifications to Mecklenburg County superior court and district court proceedings will go into effect on Monday, March 30, 2020.
Effective March 24, the clerk's office will be open to the public from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Travel sessions of court planned for Durham, New Hanover, Cumberland, and Moore counties are canceled due to COVID-19 health concerns.
Public Announcement from the Office of the Wake County Clerk of Superior Court In Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Effective March 20, clerks counters in Wake County Justice Center and Wake County Courthouse are staffed 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday.
See the updated court schedule for Wayne County courts in response to COVID-19.
Documents due to be filed from March 16 to April 17 will be deemed timely if received before close of business on April 17.
Chief Justice Beasley Names Three-Judge Panel for Court Hearing Related to Recent NC Innocence Inquiry Commission Decision
The panel will hear evidence relevant to a 2002 murder case in Forsyth County.
Public Announcement from the Office of the Mecklenburg County Clerk of Superior Court In Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Mecklenburg County Clerk of Superior Court’s Office will reduce its hours of operation and staff availability, effective Thursday, March 19.
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley and Governor Roy Cooper Declare March 18 as Public Defender Day in North Carolina
Public Defender Day marks the 50th anniversary of the public defender system in North Carolina.
Chief Justice Beasley Appoints Acting Senior Resident Superior Court Judge in Judicial District 13B (Brunswick County)
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley appointed Judge Phyllis M. Gorham as acting senior resident superior court judge for Judicial District 13B.
Cherokee, Clay, Haywood and Graham County Schools, Law Enforcement, and Courts Start New Program to Keep Kids in School and Out of Court
Chief district court judges are working with community stakeholders to implement School Justice Partnerships in all 100 counties.
Recent memo updated several directives limiting operations of the North Carolina court system.