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The state's intermediate appellate court that reviews the proceedings that occurred in trial courts for errors of law or legal procedure.

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The North Carolina Court of Appeals is the state"s intermediate appellate court. Currently 15 judges hear cases in panels of three. The Court of Appeals reviews the proceedings that occurred in the trial courts for errors of law or legal procedure; it decides only questions of law – not questions of fact. The role of the Court of Appeals is to decide if the trial court correctly applied the law, or if there was prejudicial error in the conduct of the trial.

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The majority of cases appealed from the Superior and District courts in civil and criminal cases are heard by the Court of Appeals. One major exception is capital murder appeals in which the death penalty was imposed; these appeals go directly to the Supreme Court of North Carolina. In addition, direct appeals from certain of the state’s administrative agencies are heard by the Court of Appeals.

If a member of the three-judge panel dissents from the decision of the majority, there is a right of appeal from the Court of Appeals to the Supreme Court of North Carolina; otherwise, further review of a decision of the Court of Appeals is limited to those cases that the Supreme Court accepts in its discretion. Judges of the Court of Appeals are elected and serve eight-year terms.

More information about the Court of Appeals


Biographies of the Judges

North Carolina Court of Appeals Judges Biographies.

Opinions

Slip opinions filed and written by the judges of the Court of Appeals.

Calendar of Oral Arguments

View current and past calendars of Oral Arguments.

Dockets

Search Court of Appeals Dockets by case title, name, number, or party.

Orders

Search Court of Appeals Orders by docket number or case title.

eFiling and Document Library

Electronically file a case and search and view case information in the Document Library.

Advance Sheets

Preliminary publication of the official North Carolina Court of Appeals Reports assigning citations to opinions and including headnotes (case summaries).

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PDF Volumes

PDF versions of the final book publication of opinions (with headnotes).

Search Case Summaries / Headnotes

Search headnotes of legal topics in opinions of the Supreme Court (since December 2014) and the Court of Appeals (since April 2016).

Legal Standards Database

Provides illustrations of the wide variety of standards of review, legal tests, and general statements of law.

Court of Appeals Mediation

Allows parties to participate in mediation of cases pending before the Court of Appeals.

Court Rules

Rules of practice, procedure, and conduct adopted by the Supreme Court of North Carolina.

Appellate Reporter

Publishes the opinions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.

History of the Court of Appeals Building

Learn about the building's history since opened in 1913.

Court of Appeals Summer Appellate Seminar

Responding to COVID-19’s impacts on law students by providing an online seminar to provide practical knowledge and experience.

North Carolina Constitutional Academy for High School Students

Court of Appeals judges to address topics concerning courts and the Constitution covered in AP United States Government.

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Court of Appeals Free Appellate CLE Course

CLE curriculum featuring six one-hour appellate CLE videos to replace state/national CLEs that were postponed/canceled due to the pandemic.


Court of Appeals Clerk"s OfficeTelephone(919) 831-3600Hours of operation: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (except holidays)

Physical addressNorth Carolina Court of AppealsClerk"s Office1 West Morgan StreetRaleigh, NC 27601

Maps and directions

Mailing addressPO Box 2779Raleigh, NC 27602


Latest News


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August 6, 2021 ,Press Release

Court of Appeals Modifies Rules for In-Person Oral Arguments in August


Only parties and attorneys directly involved in the cases being argued will be allowed to enter the building to attend the arguments.
By North Carolina Judicial Branch
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July 27, 2021 ,Press Release

Court of Appeals to Resume In-Person Oral Arguments in August


The Court of Appeals will resume its regular schedule of oral arguments in person when the fall session begins in August.
By North Carolina Judicial Branch
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July 2, 2021 ,Press Release

Eugene “Gene” Soar Named as Clerk of the North Carolina Court of Appeals


Clerk Soar succeeds Daniel Horne, who is retiring after over 30 years of service at the Court and who served as clerk of court since 2015.