NORTH CAROLINA CLOSED FOR 30 DAYS TO SLOW SPREAD OF COVID-19

Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, all non-essential Criminal District Court and Criminal Superior Courts, will automatically be continued at least thirty days in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 (also known as the Corona virus) across the Tarheel State. Chief Justice Cheri Beasley, North Carolina’s senior most Judge, live streamed a press conference from her office where she discussed not only the cooperation needed from members of the public, as we get through these difficult times, but also members of the Bar. Parties are encouraged to stay home, avoid large groups, and socially isolate.

Courts across North Carolina will, however, remain open for certain initial criminal appearances, domestic violence protective orders, Requesting Emergency Relief, and, depending on the case, the North Carolina Business Court.

Courts across North Carolina will, however, remain open for certain initial criminal appearances, domestic violence protective orders, Requesting Emergency Relief, and, depending on the case, the North Carolina Business Court.

Courts across North Carolina will, however, remain open for certain initial criminal appearances, domestic violence protective orders, Requesting Emergency Relief, and, depending on the case, the North Carolina Business Court.

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