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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I reset my password?
Enter the email address you used to register and click the 'Reset Password' button. An email will be sent to you with a link to reset your password.

Do I need to register?
Registration is only needed if you intend to FILE documents with either the NC Supreme Court or the NC Court of Appeals.

You do not need to register to search the document library.

How do I register?

What do I do if I don't see all of my cases?

Please contact the clerk's office of the court where the case resides.

Supreme Court of NC: (919) 831-5700

NC Court of Appeals: (919) 831-3600

How do I get back to the list of my cases?
You can login again, or click the 'My Account' link.

How do I resize the pages in my document?
There are several ways to resize your document. One such way is to go to http://convert.neevia.com/pdfresize/ and upload your document. Make sure the Page Size is set to LETTER and the check box for Scale is checked. Once you have resized the document, upload it again here.

Is the registration good for both appellate courts??
Yes, you only need to register once on this site to efile documents for both the Supreme Court of NC and the NC Court of Appeals.

I am a court reporter, will I see a list of cases?
No, court reporters are not assigned to cases. The attorney requesting the transcript will provide you with the docket number of the case.

Do I still have to serve the document to the other parties on the case?
Yes, you are responsible for serving the other parties even if you electronically file a document.

What document format is accepted?
The only document format that is accepted is PDF.

When is techinical support available for the eFiling site?
Normal hours are Monday - Friday 7:00am - 5:00pm

I'm having a problem with the site, what do I do?
Click on the 'Report Problem' link, fill out the form and click the 'Send Problem Report' button.

What can I find on this site?
You can find documents that have been electronically filed with either the NC Supreme Court or the NC Court of Appeals since 1998. There is no information pertaining to cases in lower courts.
North Carolina Supreme Court and Court of Appeals Electronic Filing Site and Document Library