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1. 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 )
2. 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 )
3. Electronic Compliance and Dismissal (ECAD) Launches Statewide to Request Dismissal of Traffic Violations Online
 Citizens can now easily request dismissal of certain traffic violations online with the launch of the new Electronic Compliance and Dismissal (ECAD) system.  (Published on  07/18/2016 )
4. Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism Award for Meritorious and Extraordinary Service to be Presented to Judge Lou Olivera
 Court of Appeals Chief Judge Linda McGee will present the Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism Award for Meritorious and Extraordinary Service to Judge Lou Olivera of Fayetteville on Friday, July 22, at the Chetola Resort in Blowing Rock. (Published on  07/15/2016 )
5. Judge Orlando Hudson Named NCAJ 2016 Outstanding Trial Judge
 Durham County Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Orlando F. Hudson Jr. received the 2016 Outstanding Trial Judge Award from the North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ). (Published on  07/11/2016 )
6. Michael Robinson Sworn In as N.C. Business Court Judge
 Michael Robinson was sworn in Friday, July 1, as a special superior court judge assigned to the North Carolina Business Court in Winston-Salem. Business Court Judge Gregory McGuire also sworn in for five-year term. (Published on  07/01/2016 )
7. Michael Robinson to be Sworn In as N.C. Business Court Judge
 Michael Robinson will be sworn in as a North Carolina Business Court judge on Friday, July 1, at Wake Forest University School of Law. (Published on  06/27/2016 )
8. Chief Justice Mark Martin and Governor McCrory Launch Statewide Celebration of North Carolina Courts
 Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed the 50th anniversary of North Carolina's unified court system and district courts. The proclamation follows Chief Justice Mark Martin's statewide announcement launching a celebration of milestone anniversaries  (Published on  06/21/2016 )
9. Court Officials Recognize World Elder Abuse Awareness Day with Local Community Events across the State
 As part of North Carolina's efforts to recognize World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15, court officials are hosting local community events across the state. (Published on  06/15/2016 )
10. Warning: Onslow County Residents Beware of Jury Duty Scam
 Onslow County officials have been informed that residents were recently targeted in a phone call scam involving jury duty. Report any such calls or emails received to the local sheriff's office. (Published on  06/10/2016 )
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