District court cancellations in Pitt County have been extended into a second week as the court continues to deal with a COVID-19 incident. Chief District Court Judge G. Galen Braddy announced that district court cases set for Feb. 10-15 will ...Read More »
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department will ask U.S. attorneys who were appointed by former President Donald Trump to resign from their posts, as the Biden administration moves to transition to its own nominees, a senior Justice Department official said ...Read More »
An incidence of COVID-19 in Pitt County has forced the cancellation of district court sessions at the county’s courthouse for Feb. 9-12, the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts announced on Feb. 8. Chief District Court Judge G. Galen ...Read More »
By Courtney Collins and Meagan Donohoe The legal profession’s transition into the online sphere in 2020 was abrupt, disconcerting and sometimes painful, but it is finally official: We continue forward, but (mostly) virtually. Hearings, mediations, arbitrations and—most commonly—depositions have vacated ...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to requests from the Biden administration to put off arguments in two cases involving the U.S.-Mexico border wall and asylum-seekers because President Joe Biden has taken steps to change Trump administration ...
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RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina lawmakers on Thursday unanimously approved a coronavirus relief bill that sends federal money approved by Congress in December to schools for reopening, public health officials distributing the vaccine and residents struggling to pay their rent. ...
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District Court Judge Jimmy L. Myers has been named the new chief district court judge for Judicial District 22B, which covers Davidson and Davie counties. Myers succeeds Judge Wayne Michael, who had been chief district court judge since 2005. North ...Read More »