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Welcome to Cabarrus County - District 19A
 
Cabarrus County Courthouse This site contains specific information about the Cabarrus County Courthouse - (704) 262-5500 - as well as general information about the North Carolina Court System: court calendars, schedules, local rules, juror information, courthouse security, payment information and court contact information. We also provide links to local law enforcement agencies and other court related entities. Our goal is to promote a more efficient, less complex local judicial system for all.

The 19A Judicial District is composed of a team of professionals working together to ensure that the laws of North Carolina are interpreted and administered fairly, impartially, and as efficiently as possible.

  Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Honorable Martin B. McGee
  Special Superior Court Judge Honorable Clarence E. Horton, Jr.
  Chief District Court Judge Honorable William G. Hamby, Jr.
  District Court Judge Honorable Donna H. Johnson
  District Court Judge Honorable D. Brent Cloninger
  District Court Judge Honorable Christy E. Wilhelm
  Clerk of Superior Court Honorable William W. (Bill) Baggs
  District Attorney
Honorable Roxann L. Vaneekhoven
 
 
 

Online Services
Go directly to an online service, or visit the Online Services page to see all the services currently available and those coming soon.

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and Payments (OCAP)
If you don't have to appear in court for your citation (ticket), in most cases you can pay online with your citation number. If you've been to criminal court and owe money, some fees can be paid online.
 
 
   
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