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.
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.