Superior court sessions at the Pitt County Courthouse in Greenville are postponed until Nov. 15 due to COVID-19, the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts announced Nov. 9.
Pitt County Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Marvin Blount said the decision was made “of an abundance of caution while testing for COVID-19 is conducted.”
Superior court cases scheduled to be heard this week will be rescheduled. All sessions of district court will take place as scheduled, and the courthouse and clerk of the superior court’s office will open.
Only those with business at the courthouse will be allowed to enter. Masks or face coverings are required in all courthouses. Filings that are mailed will be treated as timely if received by mail within 5 days after the due date.