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1. Supreme Court of North Carolina Names New Clerk of Court
 Chief Justice Mark Martin announces J. Bryan Boyd will be appointed as clerk of court  (Published on  04/18/2016 )
2. District 9A Celebrates District Courts Anniversary
 Person and Caswell counties recognize historic anniversaries within North Carolina's Administrative Office of the Courts Judicial Branch (Published on  04/11/2016 )
3. Judge Wanda Byant to serve on Public Trust and Confidence Committee
 Judge Wanda Bryant announced to serve on the North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (NCCALJ) (Published on  03/31/2016 )
4. Supreme Court Accepts Portrait
 The Supreme Court of North Carolina met in Ceremonial Session to honor one of it's former members (Published on  03/30/2016 )
5. Court Officials Host Randolph County Legislators to Discuss Technology in the State's Courts
 Judge Marion Warren, director of the NCAOC, and Randolph County court officials hosted local legislators at the courthouse on Wednesday, March 16, to discuss the use of technology in our courts.  (Published on  03/17/2016 )
6. Warning: Court Officials Warn of Recent Scam in Cherokee County
 The NCAOC, Supreme Court, and court officials of Cherokee County have been informed that residents were recently targeted in a scam involving an affidavit of trust. (Published on  03/16/2016 )
7. Court Officials to Host Randolph County Legislators to Discuss Technology in the State's Courts
 Judge Marion Warren, director of the NCAOC, and Randolph County court officials will host local legislators at the courthouse on Wednesday, March 16, to discuss the use of technology in our courts.  (Published on  03/15/2016 )
8. Wake Forest Law to become home to newest North Carolina Business Court
 The Wake Forest University School of Law will become home to the newest North Carolina Business Court, state officials announced Wednesday, March 9. (Published on  03/10/2016 )
9. Court Officials Host Johnston and Moore County Legislators to Discuss Technology in the State's Courts
 On Tuesday, March 8, Judge Marion Warren, NCAOC director, and Moore and Johnston county court officials hosted local legislators at the courthouse to discuss the use of technology in our courts. (Published on  03/09/2016 )
10. NCAOC and Court Officials to Host Legislators to Discuss Technology in the State's Courts
 Judge Marion Warren, director of the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts (NCAOC), and county court officials will host local legislators at the courthouse to discuss the use of technology in our courts. (Published on  03/08/2016 )
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