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About This Office:
North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts provides statewide support services for the court system of North Carolina. Some of the information maintained by the Administrative Offices of the Courts includes: court resources and services, court performance and statistics, financial services and public forms.
Court Records At This Office:
Individuals interested in obtaining North Carolina court records through the Administrative Offices of the Courts may contact the appropriate Clerk of Court in the county where the case was heard. A county telephone directory is available on the Administrative Offices of the Court’s website.
Access To North Carolina Court Records:
The North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts maintains court records for the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, and the superior, district, business and family courts. The Superior Court has jurisdiction for all civil and criminal cases, with more limited jurisdiction by the district courts. The application form for the Clerk of Courts usually requires relationship and reasons for the copy request. A county court directory is on the website of the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts.