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COVID-19 and North Carolina Courts
COVID-19 and North Carolina Courts

On March 13, 2020, North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley announced that due to the COVID-19 or coronavirus, North Carolina Courts would be in large part shutting down for 30 days. The order that Chief Justice Beasley signed left much of the specifics of ...

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Blog posts in March, 2020

  • Attorney Eric Meredith Discusses the Ongoing Changes in the Legal System as a Result of COVID-19

    Family law attorney Eric Meredith talks court delays, custody, divorce and division of assets, settlement negotiations, trial prep and more, as WBTV ...

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  • Posting Bail in North Carolina

    When someone is arrested for a criminal charge in North Carolina there is usually a lot of different processes going on at the same time, this mass of ...

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  • Attorney Mark Jetton Weighs in on How COVID-19 is Affecting the Legal World

    Criminal defense and personal injury attorney Mark Jetton provides insight to WBTV News amid unprecedented circumstances as a result of the ...

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  • Tips for Handling Child Custody and Visitation During COVID-19

    On top of everything happening at the present date with COVID-19, individuals may be dealing with circumstances surrounding child custody or ...

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  • COVID-19 & North Carolina Divorce

    When North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper issued a statewide stay in place order on March 27, 2020, directing all residents to remain in their homes and ...

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  • Marsy’s Law

    In 2018, North Carolina voters approved a new amendment to the North Carolina Constitution known as Marsy’s Law the Crime Victim’s Rights Amendment ...

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