FOR CITIZENS

The North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys aims to protect victims and thier rights. Here citizens and/or victims of crime can find information pertaining to the North Carolina Court Process, Frequently Asked Questions, Courtroom Terminology, Court Calendars, and Victims' Rights , which includes information on the Victim's Right Amendment passed by North Carolina's General Assembly in 2001. We have also included ways to find and contact Your District Attorney.

Listed below, you will also find several helpful links that will supplement the resources found on this website (the North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys is not responsible for content on any other website).

If you have questions concerning a specific District Attorney's office, or would like to speak with someone about a court date and/or a specific court case, we recommend you contact the District Attorney's office directly as we will not be able to assist you.

Court Calendars NC Statewide Automated Victim Assistance and Notification 
Department of Correction NC Victim Assistance Network
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Parents of Murdered Children
NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault State Bureau of Investigation
NC Consumer Protection Victims Compensation
NC Crime Control and Public Safety Victims Rights