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Consolidated Judicial Retirement System
 

If you are Justice, Judge, District Attorney, Clerk of Superior Court, Capital Defender, Juvenile Defender, Appellate Defender, Public Defender, Indigent Defense Services Executive Director, or the Director of the Administrative Office of the Courts, you are a member of the Consolidated Judicial Retirement System of North Carolina. The employee’s contribution under this system is six percent (6%) of his/her salary.

Once you attain certain age and service requirements and you retire, you are eligible to apply for monthly retirement benefits. You will be eligible to receive a reduced benefit at age 50 with five years of creditable service. You may retire with an unreduced benefit at age 65 with at least five years of creditable service or after age 50 with 24 years of creditable service.

For more information on The Consolidated Judicial Retirement System (CJRS), including the CJRS retirement handbook and other resources, go to the My NC Retirement website.

 
 
 
   
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