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1. Thanksgiving Holiday
 Judicial Branch offices and courts will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 23-24, in observance of Thanksgiving. (Published on  11/21/2017 )
2. Rowan County Chief District Court Judge Speaks at National Summit on Public Safety
 Charlie Brown, Rowan County chief district court judge, spoke about criminal justice reform at the 50-State Summit on Public Safety, a first-of-its-kind event this week in Washington, D.C., that brought together voices from across the country to examine crime, corrections and behavioral health trends state by state. (Published on  11/17/2017 )
3. North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Launches Annual Peanut Butter and Jelly Campaign
 The North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Program (NCGAL) has launched its annual Peanut Butter and Jelly Campaign. Guardian ad Litem offices across North Carolina will be accepting donations of plastic jars of peanut butter and jelly from now through January 20, 2018, with a goal of 10,000 jars for local food banks and pantries. (Published on  11/13/2017 )
4. Veterans Day Holiday
 Judicial Branch offices and courts will be closed Friday, November 10, in observance of Veterans Day (November 11). The Judicial Branch thanks and honors all who have served. (Published on  11/09/2017 )
5. eCourts Civil Domestic Violence System Launches in New Hanover County to Increase Victim Safety
 New Hanover County court officials today announced the launch of a new eCourts Civil Domestic Violence System to provide a safer way for victims of domestic violence to get protective orders. The new system provides electronic filing for protective orders with the assistance of a domestic violence advocate, district court community, and law enforcement, without the need to leave the safety of a secure remote location. (Published on  11/02/2017 )
6. N.C. Dispute Resolution Commission Releases FY 2016-17 Annual Report
 The N.C. Dispute Resolution Commission has published its Annual Report for fiscal year 2016-17. This is the 22nd such report published by this body. (Published on  11/02/2017 )
7. N.C. Court System Launches Online Request for Reduction of Speeding Offenses Statewide
 Citizens may now request online reductions of speeding offenses in every county with the statewide launch of the N.C. courts' newest online service. (Published on  10/27/2017 )
8. Celebrate Pro Bono Week in North Carolina October 22-28
 Celebrate Pro Bono Week in North Carolina October 22-28 with the N.C. Equal Access to Justice Commission, N.C. Pro Bono Resource Center, and Guardian ad Litem. The Judicial Branch joins the American Bar Association and other organizations in celebrating the pro bono service of attorneys in North Carolina and across the country.? (Published on  10/23/2017 )
9. Court of Appeals to Hold Special Sessions in Watauga and Alleghany Counties and Celebrate 50th Anniversary
 The North Carolina Court of Appeals is holding special sessions in Boone on October 23 and Sparta on October 24, and the Watauga and Alleghany County legal communities will gather to celebrate the Court's 50th anniversary. (Published on  10/20/2017 )
10. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
 October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and October 19 is Domestic Violence Awareness Day. Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the State of North Carolina and "encourages citizens to raise awareness of the prevalence of domestic abuse." (Published on  10/19/2017 )
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