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Caseflow Management Division
 
In Mecklenburg County, the Caseflow Management Division of the Trial Court Administrator's (TCA's) Office oversees the calendaring of all non-Family law related civil cases and Superior Court criminal felony cases. The most common types of civil case filings overseen by this division are motor vehicle negligence, contract disputes, money owed and other types of negligence matters such as medical malpractice. The department is divided into five sections: Superior Court Trial Case Management, Superior Court Motions and Clean-Up Case Management, District Court Case Management, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Criminal Case Management. From filing until disposition, the Caseflow Management Division monitors the cases and intervenes as appropriate to ensure they are disposed within the time standards established under our local rules.

In most NC counties, the Trial Court Administrator is personally involved in the day-to-day management of the civil docket. Given the breadth and depth of responsibility handled by the TCA in Mecklenburg County, docket management has been delegated to the Caseflow Management Administrator, who oversees the division and reports directly to the Trial Court Administrator. Mecklenburg County is the first District to attempt the case management of criminal matters being overseen by an office other than that of the District Attorney. Please visit the Superior Criminal Court page for more information on this plan. Any correspondence and/or communication involving cases should be addressed to the appropriate section of this division: Superior Court Trial Case Management, Superior Court Motions and Clean-Up Case Management, District Court Case Management, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Criminal Case Management.
 
 
 
   
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