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bankruptcy, had any liens or judgments or was arrested.
North Carolina Criminal Record Searches
North Carolina Court RecordsCourt
records of statewide felony and misdemeanor and traffic
filings and disposition records from all county district and
superior courts since 1982. Results show defendant name,
date of birth, race, sex, case number, county of
disposition, offense description, offense date, disposition,
disposition date and sentence. Records updated each business
About North Carolina Courts:
The Court of Appeals and Supreme Court review trial court
decisions in which a party claims the judge made an error
applying the law.
The Superior and District courts handle more than 2.8
million cases a year.
Trial Courts, or District Courts, can be divided into
four categories, civil, criminal, juvenile and
magistrate. Like the Superior Court, District Court sits
in the county seat of each county. It may also sit in
certain other cities and towns, specifically authorized
by the General Assembly.
Civil cases such as divorce, custody, child support
and cases involving less than $10,000 are heard in
District Court, along with criminal cases involving
misdemeanors and infractions. The trial of a criminal
case in District Court is always without a jury. The
District Court also hears juvenile cases involving
children under the age of 16 who are delinquent and
children under the age of 18 who are undisciplined,
dependent, neglected or abused.
criminal cases, civil cases involving more than $10,000
and misdemeanor and infraction appeals from District
Court are tried in Superior Court. A jury of 12 hears
the criminal cases. In the civil cases,juries are often
Superior Court is divided into eight
divisions and 46 districts across the state. Every six
months, Superior Court judges rotate among the districts
within their division. The rotation system helps avoid
favoritism that might result from having a permanent
judge in one district.