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Staff for the Caseflow Management Division
Caseflow Management Administrator, Meredith P. Davis
704-686-0194 Meredith.P.Davis@nccourts.org
Meredith assists the Trial Court Administrator with the development and operation of the Caseflow Management Division. She develops and evaluates case management procedures, prepares local rules and forms for publication, develops division evaluation tools, and manages community outreach efforts. She also hires and supervises the Caseflow Management staff. Meredith is responsible for the operations of both the civil and criminal cases. She holds conferences, in criminal matters, with prosecutors and defense counsel in order to develop scheduling orders for their cases. Meredith is responsible for gathering and compiling performance statistics for the ADR programs, General Civil District Courts, Superior Civil Courts and Superior Criminal Courts.

Caseflow Manager, Deborah (Deb) Savage
704-686-0186 Deborah.A.Savage@nccourts.org
Deb serves as the case manager for Civil Superior trials and is responsible for ruling on continuances in Superior Court cases. Deb is responsible for producing, and ruling on amendments to, Civil Superior Court Scheduling Orders. She creates and publishes the original and final Superior Court Trial calendars. Deb conducts scheduling conferences in criminal felony matters involving the Habitual Felon and Property teams. She develops case management procedures and changes in local rules and forms. In addition to those responsibilities, Deb serves as the backup to the Caseflow Management Administrator.

ADR Coordinator (Alternative Dispute Resolution), Amy F. Kolodziej
704-686-0191 Amy.F.Kolodziej@nccourts.org
Amy is responsible for the Arbitration program in District Court and the Mediation Program in Superior Court. Amy assigns Arbitrators to certain time slots each week and schedules the arbitration hearings in which the Arbitrators preside. Amy is responsible for ruling on all continuance requests of arbitration hearings. She orders cases to Mediation in Superior Court, assigns deadlines for the completion of the Mediated Settlement Conference, and appoints Mediators to cases in which there was not a party designation. Amy is responsible for ensuring that all calendars for this division are delivered to the Clerk of Court's Office for distribution and posted on the internet, as well as in the Mecklenburg Times newspaper. In addition to these responsibilities, Amy maintains the Drug Team administrative schedules, which consist of arraignments, judicially led plea conferences, pre-trial readiness conferences, and trials for Criminal Superior Court.

District Court Caseflow Coordinator, Lynette G. Richter
704-686-0188 Lynette.G.Richter@nccourts.org
Lynette Richter is responsible for scheduling motions and trials in General Civil District Court cases. She produces statistics for the District Court courtrooms as well as the individual judges. Lynette is responsible for ruling on all continuance requests of trials. She provides dates to pro se litigants in person, and to attorneys in person, by telephone, and by email. Lynette is responsible for producing the Motions and Trial calendars in the General Civil District Court. Lynette is also responsible for updating CaseWise information with names, addresses, attorney information and court dates.

Superior Caseflow Coordinator, Tyrome Davis
704-686-0190 Tyrome.N.Davis@nccourts.org
Tyrome is responsible for scheduling motions and producing motion calendars for Superior Civil Court cases. He serves as the face of the Caseflow Management Division by assisting the general public and attorneys with questions and inquiries regarding calendars, motions, and other Caseflow Management programs. Tyrome also works with the DAs office in the setting of Habitual Felon and Property Team Scheduling Conferences. He also schedules bond hearings and motions for defendants appearing in courtroom 5350 (with the exception of Homicide cases). Tyrome serves as the backup to the Caseflow Coordinator responsible for the Homicide Team.

Superior Criminal Caseflow Coordinator, Camille Wallace
704-686-0143 Camille.A.Wallace@nccourts.org
Camille maintains the Property and Habitual Felon Team administrative schedules, which consist of arraignments, judicially led plea conferences, pre-trial readiness conferences, and trials for Criminal Superior Court (currently administrative Courtroom 5350). In addition to these responsibilities, Camille conducts scheduling conferences for the Persons and Drug Teams.

Superior Criminal Caseflow Coordinator, Samantha T. Stone
704-686-0189 Samantha.T.Stone@nccourts.org
Samantha is responsible for assisting with creating and maintaining Persons and Drug Team administrative schedules, which consist of arraignments, judicially led plea conferences, scheduling conferences, pre-trial readiness conferences and trials for Criminal Superior Court (currently administrative Courtroom 5350). Samantha processes Secured Leave for attorneys in both the Civil and Criminal venues. Samantha is also assigned other various administrative tasks. Samantha also assists the ADR Coordinator with daily responsibilities and tasks, as well as serves as the back-up to the ADR Coordinator position.

Superior Criminal Caseflow Coordinator, Jennifer L. Acheson
704-686-0193 Jennifer.L.Acheson@nccourts.org
Jennifer Acheson is responsible for scheduling homicide cases for Criminal Administrative Court (currently administrative courtroom 5350). She works as a liaison for the District Attorney, Public Defender, and local bar. Jennifer is also responsible for case research and the management of special projects as they are assigned. She also serves as a trainer for new employees and for programs utilized within the Caseflow Management Division.

 
 
   
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