District Court Judges are attorneys elected for each district in non-partisan elections for four years and must reside in the district in which they are elected. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina designates one of the judges as Chief District Court Judge, and this judge has administrative duties, including assigning the judges to sessions of court.
District 19C is served by five District Court Judges. They are from left to right, Judge Marshall Bickett, Judge James Randolph, Judge Beth Dixon, Chief Judge Charlie Brown,
and Judge Kevin Eddinger
The Chief District Court Judge
The Honorable Charlie Brown