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Is there somewhere you can check what cases are being tried in Superior Court?

Cammie Bellamy
StarNews

Q. Is there somewhere you can check what cases are being tried in Superior Court, and what sentences people received in New Hanover County?

A. North Carolina’s District and Superior Court calendars for all counties can be searched online by defendant name at http://www1.aoc.state.nc.us/www/calendars/CriminalQuery.html.

For more information on specific New Hanover County cases, people can also contact the Clerk of Superior Court at 910-772-6600, or in person at 316 Princess St. in Wilmington.

The courthouse will be able to provide you with sentencing information once a conviction and sentence have been handed down. Once a person has been convicted, their conviction and sentence information is made available online at www.NCDPS.gov/dps-services/crime-data/offender-search. That database is maintained by the N.C. Department of Public Safety.

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