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Chief Justice Martin Appoints Judge James Hill as Chief District Court Judge

RALEIGH — Chief Justice Mark Martin has appointed Judge James Hill as chief district court judge for Judicial District 14 (Durham County), effective April 6. Judge Hill replaces Chief Judge Marcia Morey, who has announced her resignation.

Chief Justice Martin Appoints Judge Bill Southern as Chief District Court Judge

RALEIGH — Chief Justice Mark Martin has appointed Judge Bill Southern as chief district court judge for Judicial District 17B (Stokes and Surry counties), effective May 1. Judge Southern succeeds Chief Judge Charles Neaves Jr. upon his retirement.

North Carolina Judicial Branch Recognizes Guardian ad Litem Volunteers for Child Advocacy Month

RALEIGH — April is Child Advocacy Month. The N.C. Judicial Branch and Office of Guardian ad Litem (GAL) are taking this opportunity to recognize the more than 5,000 GAL volunteers who help improve the lives of children and youth.

DA Blitzer Resigns, News & Record Reports

A spokeswoman for the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts, Sharon Gladwell, confirmed Blitzer’s resignation late Friday evening. Blitzer has served as district attorney since being sworn in Jan. 1, 2015, after winning the seat in the November 2014 general election.

Sheriff Page Commends Bailiffs / Courthouse Security Guard For Life Saving Efforts

(Wentworth, NC) – Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page would like to commend the actions of Courtroom Bailiffs Sgt. Jason Doom, Deputies David Slattery, Richard Gibbs and Penny Ferguson; and Courthouse Security Guard Paul Pulliam for their life saving efforts in the Rockingham Courthouse on Friday August 26th.

N.C. Courts Expand Online Payments to Most Criminal and Infraction Court Cases

RALEIGH — Citizens can now pay court costs, fines and fees online for most criminal and infraction cases that have been tried in district or superior court with the new expanded release of the Online Collections

Camp Pleads Guilty For His Involvement In 2015 Shooting Death Of Lopez Dalton

Wentworth, NC (August 8, 2016) – This morning in Rockingham County Superior Court, Blaine Alexander Camp of Danbury, NC, pled guilty to accessory after the fact to second degree murder for his involvement in the shooting death of Lopez Dalton on December 26, 2015.

N.C. Courts Launch New Online System to Request Dismissal of Traffic Violations

RALEIGH —Citizens can now easily request dismissal of certain traffic violations online with the launch of the new Electronic Compliance and Dismissal (ECAD) system. The application delivers a modern and user-friendly experience to quickly process traffic violations online without ever having to appear at the courthouse.

PRESS CONFERENCE Following the July 8, 2016 Jose Alvarez, Jr Trial – Rockingham County, NC

(Wentworth, NC) – Video footage of the July 8, 2016 News Conference to address the sentencing of Jose Alvarez Jr. for the 1st Degree Murders of Troy and LaDonna French. Details of what happened that night were disclosed to the media by District Attorney Craig Blitzer and Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page. ### July 8, […]

July 8, 2016 Jose Alvarez, Jr Trial – Rockingham County, NC

(Wentworth, NC) – Video footage of the July 8, 2016 Jose Alvarez, Jr Trial held in Rockingham County, NC Superior Court. Jose Alvarez, Jr was charged in the 2012 killings of Troy and LaDonna French. ### PRESS CONFERENCE Following the July 8, 2016 Jose Alvarez, Jr Trial – Rockingham County, NC  (Wentworth, NC) – Video […]

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