Administrative court is designed to handle minor offenses without requiring individuals charged with those offenses to sit through a regular session of criminal district court. There are no officers present and trials are not conducted in administrative court. If you would like to learn more about Traffic Admin Court in Guilford County, please visit our "Traffic Admin" web page.
Traffic Admin
The State of North Carolina provides victims' of specific crimes certain rights and responsibilities under the law. Our office strives to ensure the interests of all victims are heard in the pursuit of justices. If you are not sure of your rights and responsibilities you can find answers on our "Victim's Rights" web page.
Victims Rights
Court Process
North Carolina has more than 400 criminal laws. Cases are heard in both District and Superior Courts. The most serious cases, the ones that often result in a prison sentence of at least one year or more, are felonies and they are usually heard in Superior Court. To learn more about the Court Process in North Carolina, please visit our "Court Process" web page.

Thank you for visiting the web site of the District Attorney's Office in Prosecutorial District 18. The 18th District includes all of Guilford County, North Carolina. It is the duty of this office to represent the State of North Carolina with integrity and professionalism, while protecting victims and their rights, in the pursuit of justice.

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