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1. Domestic Violence eFiling System Now Available in Onslow County to Increase Victim Safety
 Onslow County court officials have launched 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  02/19/2018 )
2. Supreme Court of North Carolina Names New Clerk of Court
 Chief Justice Mark Martin announced today that Amy Funderburk will be appointed as clerk of court for the Supreme Court of North Carolina. She will be the 16th clerk for the Supreme Court in Raleigh. (Published on  02/19/2018 )
3. Chief Justice Martin Presents 2017 Professionalism Awards to Four Recipients
 On Wednesday, January 24, at the joint dinner of the N.C. State Bar and the N.C. Bar Association in Raleigh, Chief Justice Mark Martin presented the 2017 Chief Justice's Professionalism Award to the following recipients for their dedication and commitment to the principles of professionalism and public service in North Carolina. (Published on  02/07/2018 )
4. February 10-18 Proclaimed 2018 Court Reporting and Captioning Week
 Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed February 10-18 as Court Reporting and Captioning Week in North Carolina. In 2017, our court reporters produced more than 366,000 pages of transcript. (Published on  02/06/2018 )
5. Richmond County Citizens Targeted in Jury Service Scam Email
 Richmond County citizens are being targeted by scammers via email telling them they have failed to report for jury service and may have to appear in court. (Published on  02/01/2018 )
6. Chief Justice Mark Martin Recognizes 35-Year Milestone Anniversary of N.C. Guardian ad Litem
 The North Carolina Guardian ad Litem (GAL) Program is celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2018. Celebratory events are being held in various regions throughout the state this year to mark this major milestone. (Published on  02/01/2018 )
7. Chief Justice Martin Appoints Chief District Court Judges in Judicial Districts 2 and 3A
 Chief Justice Mark Martin has appointed Judge Regina R. Parker as chief district court judge for Judicial District 2 and Judge Galen Braddy as chief district court judge for Judicial District 3A, both effective March 1. (Published on  01/31/2018 )
8. Chief Justice Martin Celebrates CJCP's 20th Anniversary and Proclaims 2018 to be the Year of Professionalism
 In honor of the 20th anniversary of the creation of the Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism (CJCP), Chief Justice Mark Martin has proclaimed 2018 to be the "Year of Professionalism." (Published on  01/26/2018 )
9. Online Services Offers 24/7 Convenience for Court Business
 Citizens may go online to pay court-related costs and fees, request dismissal of minor traffic cases, pay or request a reduction for speeding tickets, and submit certain court filings. The efficient, user-friendly services provide 24/7 convenience without ever having to appear at the courthouse. (Published on  1/22/2018 )
10. Winter Weather Affecting Courthouses Across the State
 Many county courthouses across North Carolina report changes in hours of operation due to adverse weather. See the courthouse closings and advisories page for the latest updates by county. (Published on  1/18/2018 )
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