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1. National Publication Focuses on How Courts Provide Justice for Juveniles and the Elderly
 The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) has released its 2014 edition of Trends in State Courts with special focus on providing justice for the most vulnerable members of our society: juveniles and elderly. (Published on  07/11/2014 )
2. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Retires
 After nearly 32 years of judicial service, Court of Appeals Chief Judge John C. Martin retires (Published on  07/10/2014 )
3. Be Alert for Scam Calls from 890-1000
 Phone calls from 890-1000 requesting personal information should be ignored. Do not give out such information over the phone or by email.  (Published on  07/09/2014 )
4. Conference of Superior Court Judges Convenes
 Chief Justice Sarah Parker, who retires from the bench on August 31, made her final address as the head of the state's Judicial Branch to the Conference of Superior Court Judges at a recent educational conference. (Published on  07/08/2014 )
5. N.C. House of Representatives Remembers Robynn Spence, Passes H1053 in Her Memory
 On June 24, members of the North Carolina House of Representatives remembered Robynn Spence, former Clerk of Superior Court for Rutherford County, by passing resolution H1053. (Published on  07/02/2014 )
6. Superior Court Judge James E. Hardin, Jr. to serve as the Chief Trial Judge of the United States Army Reserve
 Effective May 1, 2014 (Published on  06/27/2014 )
7. Judge Wendy Enochs Appointed to Governor's Crime Commission
 The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the appointment of Judge Wendy Enochs to the Governor's Crime Commission. (Published on  06/06/2014 )
8. County Courthouses Accept Credit / Debit Card Payments to Offer Convenience for Citizens
 North Carolina citizens can now pay fines and related court costs using their credit / debit card at all 100 courthouses statewide. (Published on  05/27/2014 )
9. Court Officials and Staff Meet to Stop Elder Abuse
 Clerks of superior court and magistrates are participating in the Elder Abuse Awareness Symposium, Thursday, May 22, to support the safety, welfare and dignity of vulnerable and older adults. (Open to credentialed press only.) (Published on  05/19/2014 )
10. Public Invited to Comment on Child Support Guidelines
 A public hearing to review child support guidelines will be held May 29 in the Department of Transportation's Auditorium on 1 S. Wilmington Street from 6:30-7:30 p.m. (Published on  05/08/2014 )
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