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Moore County Superior Court
102 Monroe Street, PO Box 936
Phone: 910-722-5000 (Civil)
Fax: 910-722-5001 (Civil)
Phone: 910-722-5000 (Criminal)
Fax: 910-722-5007 (Criminal)
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Online Court Resources
Resources for the Moore County Superior Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Moore County, North Carolina, and resources applicable to all courts in North Carolina.
Dockets, calendars, and other information about court cases
North Carolina Superior and District Court Calendars
Links to specific calendar types and instructions are in the left column of the North Carolina Court Calendars web page. Use Civil Calendars and Criminal Calendars links to view calendars by county, court type, date, and courtroom. Use District and Superior Court Query link to search calendars for all cases by county, court type, and defendant name. Use Impaired Driving Query, Citation Query by Citation Number, or Citation Query by Defendant Name links to search calendars for traffic cases. Use Statewide Officer Court Appearance Query link to search for appearance dates by county, agency, officer name, or officer number. Use Superior Court Master Calendar link to view general Superior Court schedules by court division.
Published opinions and orders
Forms and related information
North Carolina Attorney Complaint Forms and Information
The North Carolina State Bar offers information about the State Bar Grievance Committee, which oversees complaints against attorney conduct. Information about the complaint process and an online complaint form are included.
North Carolina Court Forms
View and download North Carolina Court forms by form number, form title, case type and form type. Court forms include administrative, civil, criminal, probate, juvenile, small claims, fee waiver and special proceedings.
Self help, legal research, general information
Moore County Special Proceedings
View information about special court proceedings in Moore County, including name changes, foreclosures, adoptions, incompetency, and guardianship of incompetents.
Link to state and federal resources that provide foreclosure assistance in North Carolina.
Child Custody Mediation
View information about child custody and visitation mediation, which can help parties resolve custody and visitation issues without going to court.
View information about arbitration, which can help parties resolve disputes without going to court. Court-ordered arbitration is mandatory for some civil actions. Links in the left column include forms, answers to frequently asked questions, and a list of counties in which arbitration is available.
Vehicle Seizure Information
Vehicles may be seized in North Carolina for failure to license and insure, or for driving while impaired. View answers to frequently asked questions about vehicle seizure, forfeiture, and recovery.
Child Custody Visitation
View information about the Access and Visitation Program, which helps non-custodial parents with visitation issues.
View answers to frequently asked questions about guardianships for individuals who are unable to provide for their personal needs or manage their financial resources.
Drug Treatment Courts
View information about North Carolina Drug Treatment Courts, which can set up treatment programs in lieu of jail for some offenders. Links to adult, youth, family, and mental health courts are in the left column and include lists of counties with existing programs.
Court Process Information
The North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys provides legal information for the public, including an overview of court procedures, answers to frequently asked questions about the legal system, a glossary of terms, information about victims' rights and compensation, and links to local District Attorneys by location and name.
View answers to frequently asked questions about lawsuits in North Carolina, including where to file, monetary limits for each court, attorneys, self-representation, and court procedure.
Dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration, helps parties resolve disputes without going to court. Links in the left column include locating and certifying mediators, settlement conference programs, and additional community dispute resolution services and resources.
The North Carolina Advocates for Justice offers information and assistance to the public, including educational brochures, referrals to attorneys and advocates by legal topic, and links to additional online government and legal resources.
Legal Services for Low-Income Residents
Legal assistance by topic, location, and language is available for low-income North Carolina residents. Information is offered on a variety of legal issues, as well as forms, videos, and guided self-help assistance.
Court Procedure Information
View information about going to court in North Carolina, including costs, calendars, contacts and locations, criminal and civil court processes, essential forms, and answers to frequently asked questions.
View answers to frequently asked questions about mediation and arbitration, divorce, child support, and custody mediation, drug treatment court, guardianship, worthless check program, traffic violations and vehicle seizures, wills and estates, and civil and criminal court procedures.
Traffic and Motor Vehicle Information
The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles offers information related to traffic and motor vehicle laws, driver licenses, identification cards, and requests for traffic records.
Criminal Background Checks
View information on how to obtain a single criminal background check or run ongoing background checks for business or agency purposes.
View General Rules of Practice for Superior and District Courts, Local Rules for Superior and District Courts by county, and the Judicial Code of Conduct.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
Worthless Check Program
View information about the Worthless Check Program, which allows a bad check writer to avoid prosecution by participating in the program and paying off an unfunded check and any fees. Information includes eligibility, counties in which the program is available, links to local programs, procedures, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Child Support Enforcement
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services offers child support enforcement services, including online access to personal case information and payments. General information is available for the parents, employers, and attorneys.
Legal Services of Southern Piedmont
View information about Legal Services of Southern Piedmont, which provides free civil legal assistance to low-income persons in Mecklenburg County and west-central North Carolina. Services include family support, health care, immigration, consumer protection, employment, elder law, and taxes.
Find Legal Assistance
Search a directory of organizations providing free and low-cost legal assistance to low-income residents by location and legal issue, or view the complete directory in alphabetical order or by service area.
Find a North Carolina Lawyer
The North Carolina State Bar provides links to search for licensed attorneys by name or location, and to a directory of certified specialists.
Find a North Carolina Public Defender
The North Carolina Office of Indigent Defense Services offers legal information and links to Defender services, including State Defender offices and Juvenile Defenders. Online forms and applications for services are also available.
Find Free Legal Assistance
View information about Legal Aid of North Carolina, which provides free civil legal services to low-income clients. Apply online, or find a local office by county, city, or map.
The North Carolina Department of Justice provides information about consumer protection from various types of fraud solicitation, including charities, disasters, credit, health, internet, investment, and telemarketing. Links to online complaint forms are included.
Information About Lawyers
The North Carolina State Bar offers information about finding and working with lawyers, rules of professional conduct, filing complaints against lawyers, resolving fee disputes, and lawyer misconduct.
Complaints About Judges
View information about the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission, procedures for filing a complaint against a judge, and links to records of disciplinary actions against judges.
North Carolina Advocates for Justice
The North Carolina Advocates for Justice offers community-based resources, including free legal help, educational workshops and forums, and a searchable directory of its members by name, location, and specialty.
North Carolina Lawyer Referral
The North Carolina Bar Association offers lawyer referrals by telephone or by online search form. The referral is free, but the lawyer may charge a fee of up to $50 for an initial consultation.
The North Carolina Department of Justice offers information about programs to assist victims of elder abuse, identity theft, consumer scams, domestic violence, and other crimes. Tips for avoidance, procedures for reporting, information about compensation for crime victims, and a link to Crime Victims Compensation Services are included.
Attorney Discipline Information
Information about disciplinary procedures against attorneys in North Carolina includes links to recent actions, orders by attorney name and keyword, disciplinary hearing schedules, and preliminary injunctions against attorneys by name, location, and date range.