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1. Governor Pat McCrory Proclaims April as North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Child Advocate Month
 Citizens encouraged to serve as voice for abused and neglected children in North Carolina. (Published on  04/04/2014 )
2. Todd Nuccio selected to receive American Bar Association Judicial Division Lawyers Conference Burnham "Hod" Greeley Award
 Recognized for making a significant, positive impact on public understanding of the role of the judiciary as an organization. (Published on  01/29/2014 )
3. Elisa Chinn-Gary Receives Julius L. Chambers Diversity Champion Award
 Named Julius L. Chambers Diversity Champion for 2014 (Published on  01/16/2014 )
4. Chief Justice Sarah Parker Appoints New Chairperson to the Judicial Standards Commission
 Court of Appeals Judge Wanda Bryant's service effective immediately (Published on  01/09/2014 )
5. Wright Receives Judge Robinson O. Everett Award from Delta Theta Phi
 The Campbell Law School chapter of Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity has presented Melvin F. Wright Jr. of the North Carolina Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism with the Judge Robinson O. Everett Award for Legal Excellence. (Published on  11/19/2013 )
6. Chief Judge John C. Martin Named President of the Council of Chief Judges of the State Courts of Appeal
 His one-year term became effective November 1 (Published on  11/06/2013 )
7. Conference of Superior Court Judges Meets in Chapel Hill
 Professionalism, proficiency, and collegiality promoted among all judges (Published on  11/04/2013 )
8. North Carolina's 100 Elected Clerks of Court Refocus on Serving Communities
 Participation in a global effort helps refocus local efforts in serving others (Published on  09/23/2013 )
9. Court Officials Warn Public to Beware of Jury Duty Scam
 Mecklenburg County court officials have discovered that Mecklenburg County residents are being targeted for the latest scam involving jury duty. (Published on  08/23/2013 )
10. Operation Nail It
 Suspects charged in elder exploitation home repair fraud ring; victims in the Triangle and Triad lost more than $300,000. (Published on  07/29/2013 )
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