Chief Justice Cheri Beasley will spend the day in Randolph County visiting with students, court officials, and faith leaders.
The three-judge panel unanimously concluded that Blackmon had proven that he was innocent of second-degree murder.
The Rowan County judicial community will host the Supreme Court of North Carolina as part of the Court’s bicentennial celebration.
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley has made new appointments to the Family Court Advisory Committee.
The portrait will hang in the Pasquotank County Courthouse in keeping with a tradition of honoring past superior court judges.
Appoints chief district court judges in District 18 and 20B.
Over 150 middle and high school students participated in the 6th Annual Youth Law Day event held at the Wake County Courthouse.
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley administered the oath of office to 2019-2020 executive officers during a banquet.
Governor Cooper appointed Joseph Edgar Brown III and Christopher J. Welch to serve as District Court Judges in Districts 7 and 4.
Chief Justice Beasley and Governor Cooper were joined by public officials today to announce the release of the SJP Toolkit.