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1. Public Hearing Notice: Inviting Public Comment on Child Support Guidelines
 In accordance with G.S. 50-13.4(c1), the Conference of Chief District Court Judges is reviewing the statewide presumptive child support guidelines and invites comment on the child support guidelines in writing or at a public hearing Thursday, June 7. (Published on  05/14/2018 )
2. Supreme Court Celebrates Bicentennial Anniversary by Holding Court Sessions in Western North Carolina May 14-16
 As part of its bicentennial celebration, the Supreme Court of North Carolina will hold its May sessions of court in Morganton, Hendersonville and Asheville on May 14-16. (Published on  05/08/2018 )
3. North Carolina Access to Justice Summit Held in Raleigh Today
 On Tuesday, May 8, the N.C. Equal Access to Justice Commission hosted the North Carolina Access to Justice Summit. Chief Justice Mark Martin welcomed more than 100 attendees to consider strategies to bridge the access to justice gap for people of low-income and modest means in North Carolina. (Published on  05/08/2018 )
4. North Carolina Access to Justice Summit to be Held in Raleigh
 The N.C. Judicial Branch will host the Access to Justice Summit on Tuesday, May 8, to bring together the access to justice community to consider and discuss bridging the justice gap in North Carolina, sponsored by the N.C. Equal Access to Justice Commission. (Published on  05/07/2018 )
5. N.C. Pro Bono Resource Center Announces 2017 Pro Bono Honor Society Inductees
 The North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center (PBRC) is proud to announce the induction of 345 attorneys into the 2017 N.C. Pro Bono Honor Society. This group of attorneys provided more than 35,000 hours of pro bono legal services in 2017 to North Carolinians living in poverty. (Published on  05/03/2018 )
6. Four Judicial Employees Receive Caswell Award for 45 Years of Service
 Congratulations to our four Judicial Branch employees honored with the prestigious Caswell Award in recognition and appreciation for 45 or more years of dedicated, extended service to the State of North Carolina. (Published on  04/27/2018 )
7. Juvenile Justice, Judicial Branch Workshop on Wednesday Focuses on School Justice Partnerships, School Safety
 A day-long conversation about the intersection of school safety, juvenile justice, law enforcement and the criminal justice system will take place in Cary on Wednesday, sponsored by the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts and the Juvenile Justice Section of the Department of Public Safety. (Published on  04/24/2018 )
8. Court Officials Attend Attorney General's Opioid Speech
 Attorney General Jeff Sessions addressed the national opioid crisis during a visit to Raleigh on Tuesday. Chief Justice Mark Martin, Chief District Court Judge Jay Corpening, and District Attorney Kimberly Robb were among those in attendance joining with other state leaders to combat opioid addiction. (Published on  04/18/2018 )
9. Guilford County Chief District Court Judge Tom Jarrell Receives Excellence in Judicial Service Award
 Chief District Court Judge Tom Jarrell, of North Carolina Judicial District 18 (Guilford County), is the recipient of the 2018 Excellence in Judicial Service Award given by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). (Published on  04/17/2018 )
10. Wayne County Launches School Justice Partnership for Students
 Wayne County community leaders joined today for a signing ceremony to announce the launch of the School Justice Partnership (SJP). 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  04/12/2018 )
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