eCourts pilot will go-live on Monday, February 13 in Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake counties
Last fall, the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) announced plans for a new case management system called Odyssey Integrated Case Management System. The new system, which is part of the Judicial Branch’s eCourts initiative, is intended to transition the state court system from paper to digital.
As part of the rollout, AOC has planned pilot launches for Odyssey in Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake Counties. Odyssey will eventually be used by the entire judicial branch statewide, including clerks, judges, district attorneys, public defenders, and magistrates.
The transition to the eCourts pilot will go-live on Monday, February 13 in Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake counties.
These Online Services will be unavailable for eCourts counties ONLY from February 2 (at 5 p.m.) until Go-Live:
- Citation Services - payments, requesting reduction, compliance or dismissal
- Court Date Notifications
- Court Collections and Payments
- Civil eFiling (Wake, February 8-13) - civil superior, foreclosure, or domestic violence cases
Online Services in all other counties are not impacted during the transition. Expunctions cannot be processed February 8-13 in all 100 counties.
To read more about the eCourts initiative, including AOC's FAQs, click here.
Please note that TAA Government Affairs Staff will be monitoring the transition to eCourts and will provide updates as needed during this process. If you experience delays in filing, or other issues, please reach out to TAA Government Affairs Director Dustin Engelken via email at DEngelken@triangleaptassn.org.