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Learn the history of North Carolina courthouse architecture
North Carolina has more than 100 existing courthouses, and no two look exactly the same. How many have you seen? Take a fascinating tour through courthouse design history across the state.
(Published on 06/18/2013 )
Filming at appellate courts
The television series, Homeland, films scenes at the Supreme Court of North Carolina and Court of Appeals.
(Published on 05/29/2013 )
State's Citation Payment Website Continues to Save Time for Courts and Citizens
The Court System's payNCticket is celebrating its third year for accepting payments online for citations. Statewide, the program has saved citizens hundreds of thousands of hours and clerks of court roughly 15,000 hours, and collected $72 million.
(Published on 05/14/2013 )
Pro Bono Attorneys Needed for North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Cases of Abused and Neglected Children
In recognition of North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Child Advocate Month, attorneys are encouraged to join in the fight to prevent and remedy child abuse in our state through being the voice for a child on appeal.
(Published on 04/24/2013 )
Celebrating 30 Years of Guardian ad Litem
Guardian ad Litem volunteers have been serving our state's children for 30 years.
(Published on 04/15/2013 )
Parker Poe Honored for its Commitment to the N.C. Guardian ad Litem Program
April has been proclaimed North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Child Advocate Month by Governor Pat McCrory, as well as national Child Abuse Prevention Month and Volunteer Appreciation month.
(Published on 04/08/2013 )
Gov. 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 04/01/2013 )
Civil Calendars Improvements
The North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts is pleased to announce a new calendar feature that simplifies the online posting process and allows attorneys to search by bar number.
(Published on 02/01/2013 )
Long-time Contributor to State's Judicial System Receives Chief Justice's Professionalism Award
North Carolina Chief Justice Sarah Parker has presented James C. "Jim" Drennan of the University of North Carolina School of Government with the Chief Justice's Professionalism Award.
(Published on 01/28/2013 )
Courthouse Closings and Advisories
Due to inclement weather, courthouse schedules across the state might be affected. Check the courthouse closings and advisories page for the latest updates.
(Published on 01/25/2013 )