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1. Judge J. H. Corpening II Receives Judge of the Year Award
 The Honorable J. H. Corpening II, Chief District Court Judge for North Carolina's Judicial District 5 (New Hanover County), received national recognition on March 11 when he was presented with the David W. Soukup Judge of the Year Award at the National Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) conference in Boston. (Published on  03/20/2018 )
2. N.C. Guardian ad Litem Collects Nearly 20,000 Jars of Peanut Butter and Jelly for Food Banks
 The results are in for North Carolina Guardian ad Litem's (GAL) Second Annual Peanut Butter and Jelly (PB&J) Campaign. The goal for organizers this year was to collect 10,000 jars of peanut butter and jelly, but participants managed to collect almost double that amount. (Published on  03/20/2018 )
3. Greene and Lenoir Counties Launch School-Justice Partnership for Students
 Local community leaders joined today for signing ceremonies to announce the launch of the School-Justice Partnership (SJP) in Greene and Lenoir counties. The SJP, identified as the Partnership Agreement Community Teams with Schools (P.A.C.T.S.), aims to keep kids in school and out of court. (Published on  03/16/2018 )
4. Advisory: School-Justice Partnership Launching for Students in Greene and Lenoir Counties
 Local court, school, law enforcement, juvenile justice and county officials will launch the School-Justice Partnership (SJP) in a signing ceremony on Friday, March 16. The SJP aims to keep kids in school and out of court. (Published on  03/15/2018 )
5. Supreme Court of North Carolina and Court of Appeals Approve New Pro Bono Appellate Project
 North Carolina now has a new way to address the legal needs of what would be pro se appellants entering the legal system. The Supreme Court of North Carolina and the Court of Appeals have approved the creation of the North Carolina Appellate Pro Bono Program. (Published on  03/13/2018 )
6. Winter Weather Affecting Courthouses Tuesday
 Many county courthouses across western and central North Carolina are reporting changes in hours of operation due to adverse weather on Tuesday, March 13. See the latest courthouse closings and advisories by county. (Published on  03/12/2018 )
7. 1 Millionth Citation Disposed with N.C. Courts Online Services
 North Carolina courts' online services disposed its 1 millionth citation on March 3. It is estimated to have saved court cashiers over 45,000 hours of in-person payments and saved the public more than 2 million hours in time spent going to courthouses and waiting in line to pay. (Published on  03/07/2018 )
8. Judicial Standards Commission 2017 Annual Report Now Available
 The Judicial Standards Commission, chaired by Court of Appeals Judge Wanda G. Bryant, is pleased to announce that its 2017 Annual Report is now available. The Commission reviews and investigates allegations of misconduct or disability made against judges and justices of the N.C. General Court of Justice and commissioners and deputy commissioners of the N.C. Industrial Commission. (Published on  03/01/2018 )
9. Mecklenburg Superior and District Courts Adjusting for Friday's Events
 Most Mecklenburg County superior and district court sessions are cancelled for Friday, March 2, to accommodate the need for heightened security during the funeral of Billy Graham. See the exceptions that remain open. The courthouse and clerk's office will be open. (Published on  03/01/2018 )
10. Domestic Violence eFiling System Now Available in Onslow County to Increase Victim Safety
 Onslow County court officials have launched a new eCourts Civil Domestic Violence System to provide a safer way for victims of domestic violence to get protective orders. The new system provides electronic filing for protective orders with the assistance of a domestic violence advocate, district court community, and law enforcement, without the need to leave the safety of a secure remote location. (Published on  02/19/2018 )
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