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Most people react in one of two ways when they receive a jury summons in the mail; either embrace it by willingly serve or try to find an way to be excused from service.
The North Carolina Supreme Court's only registered Republican called out the remaining six Democratic justices in a speech that marked an unusual open critique of the state's highest court from within.
More than 10 months since Hurricane Florence caused extensive damage in Pender County, the chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court is coming to check out the impact on courts in the county.
North Carolina's first African-American female chief justice says she believes her elevation to the post brings "a lot of hope and promise" to the state and for young people to become whoever they want.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced Tuesday that current Supreme Court Associate Justice Cheri Beasley will become the next chief justice, making her the first African-American woman to hold the job.
North Carolina's top leaders praised the state Supreme Court on its bicentennial for its endurance amid legal and societal changes and as the place where citizens can seek justice under the law.
A North Carolina Supreme Court candidate's lawsuit against Republican legislators over a law preventing him from having his party listed on November ballots is returning to court.
A North Carolina state Supreme Court hopeful plans to drop out of his race if he can't have his party affiliation listed on the November ballot.
A last-minute candidacy for the North Carolina Supreme Court has the potential to dilute votes cast by Republicans this fall for the seat and boost chances for the Democrats to expand their majority on the court.