Services and Information: Courts and Justice

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Court Locations

Courts and Justice, Courts

Explore North Carolina's counties for court services and information, such as courthouse locations, jury service, contact directory, and more.

Court Online Services

Courts and Justice, Courts

Find a wide range of online court services to pay fees, efile court documents, look up court dates, and more. Citation services Court date notifications Court collections and payments Request an interpreter Find a mediator Find a bail bondsman

Court Programs

Courts and Justice, Courts

Court programs create pathways for resolving conflict in a less adversarial, more effective way. Find court programs and information available, including access and visitation, child custody and visitation, mediation, arbitration, domestic violence, family court, Guardian ad Litem, language access services, school justice partnerships, human trafficking issues, and more.


Courts and Justice, Courts

Learn about the different courts that make up the North Carolina court system, including the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, superior court, district court, business court, and recovery courts. Also, find more information about court opinions, court rules, and commissions that study and make recommendations to improve issues in the Judicial Branch.

Crime Statistics

Courts and Justice, Crime and Criminals

North Carolina crime statistics are reports submitted to the State Bureau of Investigation from law enforcement agencies across the state.  The SBI provides the collection of data as part of the Uniform Crime Reporting Program, a nationwide effort administered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Crimes statistics are tallied for violent crime, property crime, age of perpetrator, offenses by type of weapon, offenses by relationship of victim to offender, and by city and county.

Crime Victim Compensation

Courts and Justice, Safety

Victims Compensation Services reimburses citizens who suffer medical expenses and lost wages as a result of being an innocent victim of a crime committed in North Carolina. Victims of rape, assault, child sexual abuse, domestic violence, and drunk driving, as well as the families of homicide victims can apply for financial help.