Local judicial officials made decisions regarding local court proceedings, including civil, criminal, domestic, jury, and more.
Courts will remain open; however, beginning March 16 through April 17, most cases will be rescheduled. See more details.
Mecklenburg County Announces Temporary Modification of Court Schedule Announcement in Response to COVID-19
Updated March 18. The 26th Judicial District will operate under a limited court schedule, effective Monday, March 16, 2020.
Local judicial officials have made decisions regarding local court proceedings in a memo to the Wake County Bar.
Effective Monday, March 16, superior court and district court proceedings will be rescheduled for at least 30 days, with some exceptions.
See the latest updates and announcements from the Judicial Branch on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation throughout the state.
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley will hold a press conference on March 13 to announce Judicial Branch changes due to coronavirus.
The first of these upcoming clinics will be in Lumberton March 25-26 and Whiteville March 26-27.
Judge Burke was honored with award for his 25 years of service.
The Commission’s executive director, Lindsey Guice Smith, will present the case to Commissioners beginning Monday, March 9.
We are receiving reports of an active scam involving the Supreme Court of North Carolina’s main phone number.
The Supreme Court has amended seven rule sets that affect mediation in North Carolina and are effective March 1, 2020.
Chief Justice Beasley Presents the Supreme Court’s Highest Award to Thomas K. Maher for His Dedication to the Office of Indigent Defense Services
Tom Maher served as Executive Director of IDS for 11 years.
Chief Justice Beasley Appoints McKinley Wooten as Director of N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts
Wooten has served as interim director since February 28, 2019, managing the administrative services provided to the Judicial Branch.
Chief Justice Beasley Appoints Chief District Court Judge in Judicial District 26 (Mecklenburg County)
Judge Elizabeth T. Trosch will succeed Chief District Court Judge Regan A. Miller upon retirement.
Order amends Rule 11 and Appendix 1, and is effective on March 1, 2020.
The State Judicial Council is scheduled to meet Friday for its second meeting after it was reconvened in December 2019.
Parks received the award for his dedication and service to the Rocky Mount community.
The exhibit features a timeline of the lives and achievements of each judge and justice from 1968-2006.
Chief Justice Beasley welcomed NACM members to North Carolina and made opening remarks.