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1. Governor Pat McCrory Proclaims May as Drug Court Month
 More than 1.4 million individuals have been served during the program's 26 years (Published on  05/18/2015 )
2. Warning: Residents Beware of Telephone Scam in Caswell County
 Caswell County court officials have been informed that residents were recently targeted in a telephone scam involving outstanding worthless checks to be paid. Residents may report any such calls to the Caswell County Sheriff's Office. (Published on  05/15/2015 )
3. Southeastern Courts Grant Amnesty to Veterans on Some Charges
 A special session of district court for Judicial Districts 5 and 13 (New Hanover, Pender, Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus counties) entitled Veteran's Amnesty Day will be held in Courtroom 317 at the New Hanover County Courthouse on Friday, May 8. (Published on  05/08/2015 )
4. Obituary :: Associate Justice Harry Corpening Martin
 We are deeply saddened to report that former Associate Justice Harry Corpening Martin, 95, of Asheville, passed away on Sunday, May 3. The judicial community will miss this true friend of the court. (Published on  05/06/2015 )
5. Wishes for Smooth Sailing as NCAOC Director Judge John W. Smith Retires from 40+ Years of Public Service
 Longtime public servant Judge John W. Smith will retire Friday, May 1, after more than 40 years' service to North Carolina's judiciary. On April 24, judicial officials, family, and friends gathered to celebrate Judge Smith and his lifelong career. (Published on  04/29/2015 )
6. Portrait of Retired Chief Justice Lake Dedicated at Supreme Court
 Friends, family, former and current members of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, other judges, and attorneys gathered in the Supreme Court courtroom recently to dedicate a portrait of former Chief Justice I. Beverly Lake, Jr (2001 - 2006). (Published on  04/28/2015 )
7. Governor McCrory Proclaims April as N.C. Guardian ad Litem Child Advocate Month
 Recognizing the contributions of volunteer child advocates around the state, North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Child Advocate Month honors the service of more than 4,700 Guardian ad Litem (GAL) volunteers to more than 16,000 children in 2014. (Published on  04/15/2015 )
8. Website System Maintenance Scheduled
 On Sunday, April 19, 2015, system maintenance will be performed to the North Carolina Court System website. The website will be unavailable on Sunday during 6:00 - 7:00 a.m. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding. (Published on  04/14/2015 )
9. Governor McCrory Announces Judicial Appointment
 Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Cresswell Elmore as a member of the Judicial Standards Commission. Elmore is from Craven County and will serve a six-year term. (Published on  04/01/2015 )
10. Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Officers Attend Lethal Weapon Conference
 Prosecutors and law enforcement officers from across the state joined together in Charlotte, March 9 - 13, for the Lethal Weapon Conference to learn more about investigating and prosecuting vehicular homicides.  (Published on  03/20/2015 )
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