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Brunswick County Courthouse

Courthouse repairs continue for damaged room

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video A spokeswoman for Brunswick County says a courtroom damaged by a water leak two weeks ago remains closed and there is no word on when it will reopen. Full story...
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Courthouse closure not stopping justice process

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videoCourt is back in session at the Brunswick County Courthouse but two rooms are still not open. Full story...
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Water damage forces Brunswick Co. Courthouse closure Friday

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videoCourt will not be in session in Brunswick County tomorrow. That's because of water damage that started today forcing the courthouse to close early. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. courthouse affected by statewide shortage

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videoA shortage of court reporters is creating some issues for courtrooms across the state. Because of that shortage, the Brunswick County courthouse had to push back the trial date for former Northwest police officer Michael Hayes. Full story...
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Brunswick County gets creative to staff court offices

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video The Brunswick County Commission has come up with what one judge says is a creative solution to a budget hurdle. Full story...
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Oak Island man dials up own arrest

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video We all dial the wrong number from time to time, but when 62-year-old Marlin Snead did it, it landed the Oak Island man in some pretty hot water with the police.. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Judge Lewis, attorneys ban media from Bar Association meeting discussing DA, Judge Jolly

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The Brunswick County Bar Association came together today to discuss District Attorney Jon David and the controversial StreetSafe program he would like to use. When we tried attending the meeting, we were escorted out by a sheriff's deputy and told it was "private meeting." When we followed up, we were told that Brunswick County Judge Ola Lewis had requested security for the meeting to keep anyone from going in. Full story...
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