How to Find Out an Offender Court Date in North Carolina

By Jane Meggitt
In North Carolina, the easiest way to find your court date is via the Internet.

VladimirCetinski/iStock/Getty Images

If you've been arrested in North Carolina and want to find out your court date or the date that an offender must appear in court, the best way to do so is via the Internet. Simply visit North Carolina's Court System website at www1.aoc.state.nc.us/www/calendars/CriminalQuery.html and submit the required information. If you don't have Internet access, or the information you seek isn't on the website, you can call the court clerk's office in the appropriate county.

Finding the Court Date

When you reach the state court system's website, you must choose the appropriate county, then select either the district or superior court, or check both courts. You must enter the defendant's last name. If it's a common surname, enter the last name followed by a comma, and the first initial. For example, John Jones is Jones, J. The defendant's court date should then appear.

About the Author

Jane Meggitt has been a writer for more than 20 years. In addition to reporting for a major newspaper chain, she has been published in "Horse News," "Suburban Classic," "Hoof Beats," "Equine Journal" and other publications. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English from New York University and an Associate of Arts from the American Academy of Dramatics Arts, New York City.

Cite this Article A tool to create a citation to reference this article Cite this Article