NC Judicial Branch

JEFFERSON — There was no District Court in Ashe County Thursday, Oct. 8, due to a North Carolina District Court Judges’ Conference. The conference was held virtually, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The conference, held from Oct. 6-9, focuses on judicial education including updates on domestic, criminal and juvenile law, as well as all other legal and administrative topics. It is hosted by the University of North Carolina School of Government, with four conferences held every year. Ashe County District Court will resume Thursday, Oct. 15.

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