If you received a citation, find your online options including paying the ticket or possibly requesting reduction, compliance or dismissal.*
Court Date Notifications
Subscribe to court date notifications and reminders for criminal cases via email or SMS/text message.
Court Collections and Payments
If you have been to traffic court or criminal court and owe money, you may be able to pay costs, fines, or fees online.
*View the Traffic Violations Help Topic and the following for more information about handling your case/citation/ticket online, including options for payment, reduction, dismissal, etc.
- Instructions for requesting dismissals for cases in compliance.
- Instructions for requesting speeding reductions.
- If you are trying to handle your ticket from another country outside of the U.S., please see the paying tickets section of the Traffic Violations Help Topic.
- See the Criminal Cases Help Topic for additional information about the criminal and infraction process.
eFile Court Documents
File court documents (registration required) for Supreme Court or Court of Appeals. Search and view case information and documents (public).
File court documents, pay filing fees, send court notices, and more (registration required).
File court documents** or view case info (registration required) in select counties for civil superior, foreclosure, or domestic violence cases.
**eFiling civil superior and foreclosure cases: currently only available for Chowan, Davidson, and Wake counties.
**eFiling domestic violence cases: currently only available for Alamance, Cumberland, Davidson, Durham, Forsyth, Guilford, Mecklenburg, Onslow, Orange, Rowan and Wake counties.
Spoken foreign language court interpreters are provided at state expense for all Limited English Proficient (LEP) parties in interest in most court proceedings.
NCAOC offers access to criminal and civil court data.
Submit a request depending on the type of record. Options may include online, by mail, or in person.
Learn how to obtain a criminal background check for yourself or others.
Estimate the payoff amount of a judgment.
File a complaint with the Judicial Standards Commission of judicial misconduct against judges, justices, commissioners and deputy commissioners. The Commission has no jurisdiction to hear complaints about magistrates, clerks of court or other court staff, administrative law judges, attorneys or federal judges.
When two parties can’t come to an agreement on a particular conflict, a mediator can help provide assistance.
Current list of Bondsman/Sureties authorized to write a bond in a specified county.