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Chief Justice Mark Martin Announces Appointments to the Governor's Task Force on Mental Health and Substance Use
This morning, Chief Justice Mark Martin announced his seven appointments to the newly formed Governor's Task Force on Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
(Published on 08/28/2015 )
Six Judicial Branch Employees Honored with Caswell Awards
Congratulations to six Judicial Branch employees honored recently 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 08/18/2015 )
Valerie Johnson Zachary Appointed to the Court of Appeals
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Valerie Johnson Zachary of Yadkinville to the North Carolina Court of Appeals. She fills the vacancy created by the recent retirement of Judge Sanford L. Steelman Jr.
(Published on 08/14/2015 )
Governor McCrory Signs Bill That Provides Immediate Protection for Domestic Violence Victims
Governor McCrory signed into law HB59.
(Published on 07/31/2015 )
Warning: Residents Beware of Telephone Scams in Tyrrell and Anson Counties
Court officials have been informed that residents were recently targeted in telephone scams involving warrants and pending cases to be paid. Residents may report any such calls to the local county sheriff's office.
(Published on 07/16/2015 )
Chief Justice Martin Appointed Co-chair of New North Carolina Mental Health and Substance Use Task Force
Chief Justice Mark Martin has been appointed co-chair of the new North Carolina Mental Health and Substance Use Task Force announced by Governor Pat McCrory on Tuesday.
(Published on 07/14/2015 )
Governor McCrory Announces Judicial Appointment to Court of Appeals
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Valerie Johnson Zachary to the Court of Appeals. She fills the vacancy of Judge Sanford Steelman, who recently retired.
(Published on 07/09/2015 )
Court Improvement Program Leads Changes to Juvenile Laws of Abuse, Neglect and Dependency with House Bill 669
The North Carolina Court Improvement Program (CIP) has worked with legislators to enact legislation aimed at improving efficiencies in juvenile court cases.
(Published on 07/08/2015 )
Be Alert for Spam Email
The N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts (NCAOC) has received numerous inquiries from citizens in regard to worrying email that appears to come from a court official. These unsolicited emails should be ignored and deleted, as they are a scam.
(Published on 06/23/2015 )
Court Improvement Program Celebrates 20th Anniversary
The Juvenile Court Improvement Program (CIP) celebrated 20 years of implementing effective change and improved court processes at the CIP Conference in Washington, D.C., and the National Convening on Trafficking and Child Welfare at the White House.
(Published on 06/19/2015 )