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1. 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 )
2. 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 )
3. Portrait of Former Chief Justice Burley Mitchell Dedicated at Supreme Court
 Former Chief Justice Burley B. Mitchell Jr. had his portrait dedicated at the Supreme Court of North Carolina on Wednesday, August 10. (Published on  08/10/2016 )
4. Public Comment Meeting for Improving N.C. Court System on August 18 in Asheville
 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 18, at the Buncombe County Judicial Complex. (Published on  08/10/2016 )
5. Public Comment Meeting for Improving N.C. Court System on August 11 in Wilmington
 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 11, at the New Hanover County Historic Courthouse. (Published on  08/05/2016 )
6. N.C. Courts Expand Online Payments to Most Criminal and Infraction Court Cases
 Citizens can now pay court costs, fines and fees online for most criminal and infraction cases that have been tried in district or superior court with the new expanded release of the Online Collections and Payments (OCAP) system statewide. (Published on  08/04/2016 )
7. Governor McCrory Announces Judicial Appointment to Court of Appeals
 Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Chief District Court Judge Wendy Enochs as Court of Appeals judge. Judge Enochs will fill the vacancy of Judge Martha Geer.  (Published on  07/28/2016 )
8. Public Comment Meeting for Improving N.C. Court System on August 3 in Jamestown
 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 Wednesday, August 3, at Guilford Technical Community College. (Published on  07/27/2016 )
9. Judge Lou Olivera Receives Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism Award for Meritorious and Extraordinary Service
 District Court Judge Lou Olivera has received the Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism (CJCP) Award for Meritorious and Extraordinary Service on Friday, July 22, at the Chetola Resort in Blowing Rock. (Published on  07/22/2016 )
10. Reports for Improving North Carolina's Court System Now Available for Public Comment
 The North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (NCCALJ) today issued a series of interim reports detailing its work to date and inviting public comment online or in person at one of four public meetings. (Published on  07/19/2016 )
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