Are North Carolina court records public?

Are North Carolina court records public?

All records maintained by the government in North Carolina, both state and local, should be accessible by all residents. The state believes this is the fundamental right of the people of North Carolina, and this law ensures previously confidential court and criminal records are now open to the public.

How do I find court records in NC?

For copies of court documents, please see the obtaining court records help topic or contact the clerk’s office in the county in which the case was filed. For copies of birth, death, marriage, or divorce certificates, please contact the county register of deeds office or N.C. Vital Records.

How do I look up a ticket in NC?

If you cannot find your case in the NC Court System website, that may mean that you have missed your court date. You can contact the Administrative Office of the Court at (919) 890–1000 or call one of our North Carolina traffic lawyers at (919) 200-0822 and we’ll assist you.