The hearing is anticipated to last three days and will be livestreamed.
Yesterday morning, NCAOC was made aware of a security incident regarding Tyler Technologies.
Our country has lost a great jurist in Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Public Required to Make Appointment with Carteret County Clerk of Superior Court for Estates Matters
Anyone who needs to conduct business with the estates office is asked to call 252-504-4455 for assistance with scheduling an appointment.
The order extends all unexpired Emergency Directives: 2-6, 8-15, 18, 20-22.
The courthouse is closed due to a positive case of COVID-19 while it is being cleaned and disinfected and employees undergo testing.
Snead will begin the duties of his new position October 1, 2020.
Three district court judges have been appointed to serve in Mecklenburg, Forsyth, and Orange and Chatham Counties.
Deonte’ L. Thomas has been appointed as the chief public defender for Wake County.
Public defenders met with members of the North Carolina General Assembly at the Legislative Building to mark the 50th anniversary.
Public Defenders to Convene with Legislators to Recognize 50th Anniversary of Public Defense in North Carolina
North Carolina public defenders will meet with legislators to recognize 50 years of public defenders in North Carolina.
Guide & File is available 24/7 in all counties for attorneys and the public to prepare court documents online in just a few steps.
The recommendations are to include race on data reporting and to require racial equity training for court personnel.
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley Appoints Chief District Court Judge in Judicial District 10 (Wake County)
District Court Judge Debra S. Sasser will succeed Chief District Court Judge Robert B. Rader upon his retirement.
Sign Up for the Next North Carolina Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice Public Comment Session
Sign up to speak virtually at the first public comment session to be held in the evening on Thursday, September 3 starting at 6:00 p.m.
The emergency directive extends Emergency Directives 2–6 and 8, and includes a modification and extension of Emergency Directives 18 and 22.
North Carolina has a long history of trailblazing women who have served as judges and justices in our state courts.
Congratulations to those honored with the prestigious Caswell Award.
Chief Justice Beasley Extends Emergency Directives Regarding Jury Trials, Evictions, and Public Health Measures
Directives postpone jury trials, affect summary ejectments, and prescribe social distancing measures.
All court sessions were canceled on August 12 and some on August 13 due to a courthouse employee testing positive for COVID-19.