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Welcome to Harnett County - District 11
 

Marsha L. Johnson, Clerk of Court for Harnett County

As Clerk of Superior Court for Harnett County, I would like to welcome you to the web site for court information for Harnett County Courts located in Lillington, N.C.

The information contained in this page is designed to help provide information regarding the functions, services and programs of the courts held in Harnett County. Harnett County is part of District 11A, a two county District, that includes Harnett and Lee Counties.

It is our hope that all of the procedural information on this web site regarding judicial processes and access to court records will be helpful to you. It is very important that you realize that information contained on our web site is not intended as legal advice. By North Carolina General Statute, the Clerk of Superior Court is prohibited from practicing law; therefore, you should contact an attorney for specific advice regarding your legal situation.

The judicial offices, staff, agencies and volunteers of this county are guided by the following statement of mission:

To provide accessible justice to the citizens of Harnett County and surrounding communities so the rights and liberties of all people are protected, as guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States and North Carolina.

Marsha L. Johnson, Clerk of Court for Harnett County

 
 
 

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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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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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