North Carolina Courts will postpone non-essential, in-person court proceedings for 30 days beginning December 14.
The North Carolina Department of Justice published the below media advisory on December 11, 2020:
See the memo for full details regarding the modifications to court operations.
Mecklenburg County will modify its court operations effective December 14, 2020. See the press release for full details.
The superior court criminal session (including probation hearings on December 15) will continue to operate during this time.
District court sessions have also been canceled for Monday, December 14 and Tuesday, December 15.
Emergency filings will be accepted between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
The courthouse and clerk of superior court’s office is closed today (December 9) for cleaning, but will reopen at 8:00 a.m. on December 10.
All superior courts in both Davidson and Davie counties are suspended for the next two weeks (December 6-18).
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All sessions of superior court will take place as scheduled. The courthouse and clerk of superior court’s office remain open.
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The courthouse and clerk of superior court's office will be open during this time with limited staff.
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The clerk’s office is closed during this time. The courthouse is open and drop boxes will be located inside the courthouse for filings.
The clerk’s office is closed during this time. Drop boxes will be located inside the courthouse for filings.
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