Supreme Court met in Salisbury, Asheboro and Winston-Salem September 30 - October 2
North Carolina Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission Honors 25th Anniversary of Enactment of Structured Sentencing
Governor Roy Cooper proclaimed today as Structured Sentencing Day in North Carolina.
Governor Cooper appointed two new judges to district courts in Union and Mecklenburg counties respectively.
The Supreme Court will hold two sessions of court at the Forsyth County Hall of Justice in Winston-Salem on October 2.
WATCH LIVE MON-WED: Supreme Court Celebrates 200th Anniversary by Holding Court Sessions in North Carolina Piedmont
Supreme Court will hold court sessions in Salisbury, Asheboro, and Winston-Salem Sept. 30 - Oct. 2. Watch live on Facebook.
Chief Justice Beasley Declares Catastrophic Conditions Exist or Have Existed in New Hanover County and in Pender by Hurricane Dorian
View an order on September 17 from Chief Justice Beasley regarding catastrophic conditions existing in New Hanover and in Pender Counties.
I was saddened today to learn of the passing of former Chief Justice I. Beverly Lake, Jr.
On September 9-10, 2019, the North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission held a hearing in State v. Kenneth Leon Evans.
Perquimans County Clerk of Superior Court Todd W. Tilley has been appointed to serve on the eCourts Advisory Committee.
Edgecombe County Community Forum September 28: Connect with the Community Resources Available to You
15th biennium Community Forum is free to the public and helps connect citizens with community resources available.
Rule changes allow North Carolina attorneys to designate up to 12 weeks without court appearances when a child is born or adopted.
WATCH LIVE SEPT. 10: Chief Justice Beasley to Announce Rule Changes to Strengthen Families and Support Children
Tuesday, September 10, to announce efforts to strengthen families and support children in the legal community.
Court sessions, offices, and courthouses are reporting changes in hours and closings due to Hurricane Dorian.
The courthouse was closed for months due to damage from Hurricane Florence.
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.