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Court of Appeals Holds Special Session in Greensboro
The Court of Appeals held a special session in Guilford County to promote civic education and celebrate the milestone anniversaries of N.C. courts. A three-judge panel heard two cases at the Old Guilford County Courthouse in Greensboro on Nov. 30.
(Published on 12/07/2016 )
Chief Justice Martin Appoints Judge William A. Webb as Chair of N.C. Dispute Resolution Commission
Chief Justice Mark Martin has recently appointed Judge William A. Webb as Chair of the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission. Judge Webb was sworn in on November 29 by NCAOC Director Judge Marion Warren.
(Published on 12/06/2016 )
District Court Judges Honored with Community Mental Health Advocacy Awards
The UNC Center for Excellence in Mental Health has honored the judges of District 15B for their commitment to improve mental health through education and advocacy.
(Published on 11/24/2016 )
Judicial Branch offices and courts are closed Thursday and Friday, November 24 and 25, in observance of Thanksgiving.
(Published on 11/23/2016 )
Pitt County Citizens Targeted in Jury Duty Scam
Pitt County officials have been informed that citizens were recently targeted in a telephone scam involving jury duty. Report any suspected scammer activity to the local county sheriff's office or the N.C. Attorney General's Office.
(Published on 11/15/2016 )
Thank You for Your Service
To all of our military veterans and their families, thank you for your service to our country. Judicial Branch offices are closed Friday, November 11, in observance of Veterans Day.
(Published on 11/11/2016 )
Judicial Branch Celebrates National Adoption Month and Day
November is National Adoption Month. The N.C. Judicial Branch is proud to have a role in facilitating the uniting of children with forever families and having their adoptions finalized as part of National Adoption Day.
(Published on 11/01/2016 )
eCourts Civil Domestic Violence System Awarded Three-Year Grant Funding
The eCourts Civil Domestic Violence System has been awarded a 3-year grant of $750,000 from the U.S. DOJ Office on Violence Against Women to help increase victim safety by expanding remote filing in 13 counties and integrating it with NCAWARE.
(Published on 10/24/2016 )
Hurricane Matthew Affecting Courthouses
Multiple courthouses are affected by the storm and may be closed or changed their hours of operation. See the courthouse closings and advisories page for the latest updates by county.
(Published on 10/23/2016 )
Mecklenburg County Celebrates N.C. District Courts' 50th Anniversary
The Mecklenburg County legal community celebrated the district courts' 50th anniversary at the courthouse on Friday, Oct. 7.
(Published on 10/11/2016 )