From the Asheboro Courier-Tribine
Randolph County will host the Supreme Court of North Carolina as part of the court’s bicentennial celebration.
The Supreme Court will hold two sessions at the 1909 Historic Courthouse on Tuesday, Oct. 1, according to Randolph County Clerk of Superior Court Pam Hill.
From Asheboro Courier-Tribune
ASHEBORO — During a trip to Randolph County Tuesday, North Carolina Chief Justice Cheri Beasley visited with court officials and spoke to students and community members about the court system.
From WBTV - The Rowan County judicial community will host the Supreme Court of North Carolina as part of the Court’s bicentennial celebration. The Supreme Court will hold two sessions of court at the Rowan County Administration Building in Salisbury on September 30.
The first case, State v. Rontel Vincae Royster, will begin at 9:30 a.m. followed by a 30-minute break. The second case, Hamlet H.M.A. LLC vs. Hernandez, will begin at 11 a.m.
The Rowan County judicial community will host the Supreme Court of North Carolina as part of the Court’s bicentennial celebration. The Supreme Court will hold two sessions of court at the Rowan County Administration Building in Salisbury on September 30. The first case will begin at 9:30 a.m. followed by a 30 minute break, then the second case will begin at 11:00 a.m.
In June, Wake County District Court Judge Ashleigh Parker Dunston spoke as part of a panel during the 2019 Strengthening Fatherhood Power Breakfast sponsored by the Family Resource Center South Atlantic. This yearly event strives to strengthen the bond between fathers and their families. It is targeted towards fathers and father-figures 18 years of age and older.
As part of its bicentennial celebration, the Supreme Court of North Carolina will hold sessions of court in one of its original homes, the North Carolina State Capitol Building.
The Supreme Court of North Carolina held traveling sessions in Halifax, Greenville and New Bern this week in celebration of its bicentennial anniversary. Chief Justice Cheri Beasley and six associate justices held court in Halifax on May 13, Greenville on May 14 and New Bern on May 15. They heard oral arguments in two cases for each location.
From R.R.Spin.com by Lance Martin
As part of its bicentennial celebration, the Supreme Court of North Carolina will hold its May sessions of court in Halifax, Greenville and New Bern Monday through Wednesday.
The court will convene in Halifax at the courthouse on Ferrell Lane Monday with the first case being heard at 9:30 a.m. and the second at 11 a.m.
From NeuseNews.com by Catherine Hardee
One of North Carolina’s seven State Supreme Court Justices visited Kinston Tuesday as part of a court push to expand public awareness of the court and its role in state government.
From the Daily Reflector by Ginger Livingston
The first African-American woman to lead North Carolina’s Supreme Court told high school students not to fret if they don’t know what career they want to explore.
Senior Associate Justice Newby and Associate Justice Ervin visited Sanderson High School in Raleigh this week and challenged students to think critically about their Constitutional rights and the North Carolina court system. Over 60 sophomores in two American History I Honors classes listened and interacted with the justices over a three hour period.
Supreme Court of North Carolina Associate Justice Anita Earls addressed more than 100 high school students on March 12 during the annual Rule of Law Day event conducted by the Wake County Bar Association.
From Burlington Times-News by Isaac Groves
Senior N.C. Supreme Court Associate Justice Paul Newby made at least two visits to Alamance County this week as part of the court’s civics outreach, though he will also be running next year for chief justice of the state court — a job the governor passed him over for last month.
The North Carolina Council for the Social Studies held their 2019 conference in Greensboro on February 28 - March 1. Senior Associate Justice Paul Newby and Associate Justice Sam Ervin were selected to address approximately 40 social studies teachers during a one-hour session of the conference.
Councils from several North Carolina chapters of the Boy Scouts of America gathered at the Supreme Court of North Carolina on Monday to give the “2019 Report to the State of North Carolina.” Senior Associate Justice Paul Newby accepted the report on behalf of Chief Justice Mark Martin and opened the meeting with encouraging remarks followed by brief introductions from scouts, their leaders, and
Justices of the Supreme Court of North Carolina and judges of the North Carolina Court of Appeals participated in live presentations about the 1868 N.C. Constitution in the House Chamber of the North Carolina State Capitol. This presentation was held to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the 1868 N.C. Constitution and the Supreme Court’s bicentennial anniversary.
From the McDowell News
Tuesday, a special plaque was unveiled and dedicated at the McDowell County Courthouse to honor five natives of Marion and the county who served as judges on the state’s highest courts.
From WLOS-TV Asheville
MCDOWELL COUNTY, N.C. (WLOS) — On Tuesday, five members of North Carolina’s appellate courts were honored in McDowell County.
The ceremony held at the courthouse comes as the county celebrates its 175th anniversary.