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1. Harnett County Veterans Treatment Court Receives Federal Grant Award
 The Harnett County Veterans Treatment Court in Judicial District 11A has been approved federal grant funding in the amount of $1.37 million over the next three years beginning October 2016. (Published on  09/30/2016 )
2. Warning: Onslow County Officials Warn of Jury Duty Scam
 Onslow County officials have been informed that residents were recently targeted in a phone call scam involving jury duty. Residents are receiving phone calls regarding jury duty and the scammers are requesting personal and financial information. (Published on  09/21/2016 )
3. N.C. Conference of Clerks of Superior Court 2016-2017 Officers Sworn In
 The N.C. Conference of Clerks of Superior Court (NCCCSC) recently held their 2016 Summer Educational Conference in Dare County, where the 2016-2017 executive officers were sworn in by Chief Justice Mark Martin.  (Published on  09/19/2016 )
4. Judge Howard Manning Presented with Friend of the Court Award
 Former Wake County Superior Court Judge Howard Manning has been presented the Friend of the Court award on Wednesday, September 14, for his dedicated service, including his 20-year administration of the Leandro case. (Published on  09/15/2016 )
5. NCCCSC Summer Educational Conference Hosts Opening Ceremony Tuesday, Sept. 13
 The North Carolina Conference of Clerks of Superior Court (NCCCSC) will hold their 2016 Summer Conference the week of September 12-16 in Dare County. The educational conference will provide continuing education in legal, management, and other areas.  (Published on  09/12/2016 )
6. Innocence Inquiry Commission Refers Case for Hearing
 The Innocence Inquiry Commission held a hearing in State vs. Robert Charles Bragg and concluded that there was sufficient evidence of factual innocence to merit judicial review and referred the case forward for a hearing before a three-judge panel. (Published on  09/06/2016 )
7. Tropical Storm Hermine Affecting Courthouses
 Multiple courthouses have been 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  09/02/2016 )
8. Mecklenburg County Officials Warn of Jury Duty Scam
 Mecklenburg County officials have been informed that residents were recently targeted with phone calls involving a jury duty scam.  (Published on  08/29/2016 )
9. Public Comment Meeting for Improving N.C. Court System on August 25 in Charlotte
 The North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (NCCALJ) is inviting public comment on its work to date at a public meeting on Thursday, August 25, at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center. (Published on  08/18/2016 )
10. Courts Launch Speakers Bureau to Support Civics Education
 The North Carolina Judicial Branch is launching a new Speakers Bureau, a free public service to raise awareness and understanding provided by the judicial and legal community of North Carolina. (Published on  08/15/2016 )
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