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§ 7A-1. Short title.
§ 7A-2. Purpose of Chapter.
§ 7A-3. Judicial power; transition provisions.
§ 7A-4. Composition and organization.
§§ 7A-4.1 through 7A-4.19. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-4.20. Age limit for service as justice or judge: exception.
§ 7A-4.21. Validation of official actions of district court judges of twenty-fifth judicial district performed after mandatory retirement age.
§ 7A-5. Organization.
§ 7A-6. Appellate division reporters; reports.
§ 7A-7. Law clerks; secretaries and stenographers.
§ 7A-8. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-9. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-10. Organization; compensation of justices.
§ 7A-10.1. Authority to prescribe standards of judicial conduct.
§ 7A-11. Clerk of the Supreme Court; salary; bond; fees; oath.
§ 7A-12. Supreme Court marshal.
§ 7A-13. Supreme Court library; functions; librarian; library committee; seal of office.
§ 7A-14. Reprints of Supreme Court Reports.
§ 7A-15. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-16. Creation and organization.
§ 7A-17: Repealed by Session Laws 1969, c. 1190, s. 57.
§ 7A-18. Compensation of judges.
§ 7A-19. Seats and sessions of court.
§ 7A-20. Clerk; oath; bond; salary; assistants; fees.
§ 7A-21. Marshal; powers; salary.
§ 7A-22. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-23. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-24. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-25. Original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
§ 7A-26. Appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals.
§ 7A-27. Appeals of right from the courts of the trial divisions.
§ 7A-28. Decisions of Court of Appeals on post-trial motions for appropriate relief final or valuation of exempt property.
§ 7A-29. Appeals of right from certain administrative agencies.
§ 7A-30. Appeals of right from certain decisions of the Court of Appeals.
§ 7A-31. Discretionary review by the Supreme Court.
§ 7A-32. Power of Supreme Court and Court of Appeals to issue remedial writs.
§ 7A-33. Supreme Court to prescribe appellate division rules of practice and procedure.
§ 7A-34. Rules of practice and procedure in trial courts.
§ 7A-34.1. Unnecessary cover sheets.
§ 7A-35. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 377, s. 32.
§ 7A-36. Repealed by Session Laws 1969, c. 1190, s. 57.
§ 7A-37: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 553, s. 1.
§ 7A-37.1. Statewide court-ordered, nonbinding arbitration in certain civil actions.
§ 7A-38: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 500, s. 3.
§ 7A-38.1. Mediated settlement conferences in superior court civil actions.
§ 7A-38.2. Regulation of mediators and other neutrals.
§ 7A-38.3. Prelitigation mediation of farm nuisance disputes.
§ 7A-38.3A. Prelitigation mediation of insurance claims.
§ 7A-38.3B. Mediation in matters within the jurisdiction of the clerk of superior court.
§ 7A-38.3C: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-491, s. 4, effective August 21, 2007.
§ 7A-38.3D. Mediation in matters within the jurisdiction of the district criminal courts.
§ 7A-38.4: Repealed by Session Laws 2001-320, s. 1.
§ 7A-38.4A. Settlement procedures in district court actions.
§ 7A-38.5. Community mediation centers.
§ 7A-38.6. Report on community mediation centers.
§ 7A-38.7. Dispute resolution fee for cases resolved in mediation.
§ 7A-39. Cancellation of court sessions and closing court offices; extension of statutes of limitations and other emergency orders in catastrophic conditions.
§ 7A-39.1. Justice, emergency justice, judge and emergency judge defined.
§ 7A-39.2. Age and service requirements for retirement of justices of the Supreme Court and judges of the Court of Appeals.
§ 7A-39.3. Retired justices and judges may become emergency justices and judges subject to recall to active service; compensation for emergency justices and judges on recall.
§ 7A-39.4. Retirement creates vacancy.
§ 7A-39.5. Recall of emergency justice or emergency judge upon temporary incapacity of a justice or judge.
§ 7A-39.6. Application to the Governor; commission as emergency justice or emergency judge.
§ 7A-39.7. Jurisdiction and authority of emergency justices and emergency judges.
§ 7A-39.8. Court authorized to adopt rules.
§ 7A-39.9. Chief Justice and Chief Judge may recall and terminate recall of justices and judges; procedure when Chief Justice or Chief Judge incapacitated.
§ 7A-39.10. Article applicable to previously retired justices.
§ 7A-39.11. Retirement on account of total and permanent disability.
§ 7A-39.12. Applicability of §§ 7A-39.2 and 7A-39.11.
§ 7A-39.13. Recall of active and emergency justices and judges who have reached mandatory retirement age.
§ 7A-39.14. Recall by Chief Justice of retired or emergency justices or judges for temporary vacancy.
§ 7A-39.15. Emergency recall judges of the Court of Appeals.
§ 7A-40. Composition; judicial powers of clerk.
§ 7A-41. Superior court divisions and districts; judges.
§ 7A-41.1. District and set of districts defined; senior resident superior court judges and their authority.
§ 7A-41.2. Nomination and election of regular superior court judges.
§ 7A-42. Sessions of superior court in cities other than county seats.
§ 7A-43. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 7A-43.1 through 7A-43.3. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 1049, s. 6.
§ 7A-44. Salary and expenses of superior court judge.
§ 7A-44.1. Secretarial and clerical help.
§ 7A-45: Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 509, s. 7, effective January 1, 1989.
§ 7A-45.1. Special judges.
§ 7A-45.2. Emergency special judges of the superior court; qualifications, appointment, removal, and authority.
§ 7A-45.3. Superior court judges designated for complex business cases.
§ 7A-45.4. Designation of mandatory complex business cases.
§ 7A-46. Special sessions.
§ 7A-47. Powers of regular judges holding courts by assignment or exchange.
§ 7A-47.1. Jurisdiction in vacation or in session.
§ 7A-47.2. Repealed by Session Laws 1987 (Reg. Sess., 1988), c. 1037,s. 8.
§ 7A-47.3. Rotation and assignment; sessions.
§ 7A-48. Jurisdiction of emergency judges.
§ 7A-49. Orders returnable to another judge; notice.
§ 7A-49.1. Disposition of motions when judge disqualified.
§ 7A-49.2. Civil business at criminal sessions; criminal business at civil sessions.
§ 7A-49.3. Repealed by Session Laws 1999-428, s. 2.
§ 7A-49.4. Superior court criminal case docketing.
§ 7A-49.5. Statewide electronic filing in courts.
§ 7A-50. Emergency judge defined.
§ 7A-51. Age and service requirements for retirement of judges of the superior court and of the Administrative Officer of the Courts.
§ 7A-52. Retired district and superior court judges may become emergency judges subject to recall to active service; compensation for emergency judges on recall.
§ 7A-53. Application to the Governor; commission as emergency judge.
§ 7A-53.1. Jurisdiction of emergency district court judges.
§ 7A-54. Article applicable to judges retired under prior law.
§ 7A-55. Retirement on account of total and permanent disability.
§ 7A-56. Applicability of §§ 7A-51 and 7A-55.
§ 7A-57. Recall of active and emergency trial judges who have reached mandatory retirement age.
§ 7A-58. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-59. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-60. District attorneys and prosecutorial districts.
§ 7A-61. Duties of district attorney.
§ 7A-62. Acting district attorney.
§ 7A-63. Assistant district attorneys.
§ 7A-64. Temporary assistance for district attorneys.
§ 7A-65. Compensation and allowances of district attorneys and assistant district attorneys.
§ 7A-66. Removal of district attorneys.
§ 7A-66.1. Office of solicitor may be denominated as office of district attorney; “solicitor” and “district attorney” made interchangeable; interchangeable use authorized in proceedings, documents, an
§ 7A-67. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 377, s. 32.
§ 7A-68. Administrative assistants.
§ 7A-69. Investigatorial assistants.
§ 7A-69.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1985 (Reg. Sess., 1986), c. 998, s. 3.
§§ 7A-70 through 7A-94. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-95. Reporting of trials.
§ 7A-96. Court adjourned by sheriff when judge not present.
§ 7A-97. Court's control of argument.
§ 7A-98. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-99. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-100. Election; term of office; oath; vacancy; office and office hours; appointment of acting clerk.
§ 7A-101. Compensation.
§ 7A-102. Assistant and deputy clerks; appointment; number; salaries; duties.
§ 7A-102.1. Transfer of sick leave earned as county or municipal employees by certain employees in offices of clerks of superior court.
§ 7A-103. Authority of clerk of superior court.
§ 7A-104. Disqualification; waiver; removal; when judge acts.
§ 7A-105. Suspension, removal, and reinstatement of clerk.
§ 7A-106. Custody of records and property of office.
§ 7A-107. Bonds of clerks, assistant and deputy clerks, and employees of office.
§ 7A-108. Accounting for fees and other receipts; audit.
§ 7A-109. Record-keeping procedures.
§ 7A-109.1. List of prisoners furnished to judges.
§ 7A-109.2. (Contingent expiration date – see notes) Records of dispositions in criminal cases.
§ 7A-109.3. Delivery of commitment order.
§ 7A-109.4. Records of offenses involving impaired driving.
§ 7A-110. List of attorneys furnished to Secretary of Revenue.
§ 7A-111. Receipt and disbursement of insurance and other moneys for minors and incapacitated adults.
§ 7A-112. Investment of funds in clerk's hands.
§ 7A-112.1. Deposit of money held by clerks.
§ 7A-113. Bookkeeping and accounting systems equipment.
§ 7A-114. Where practical, provision of secure area for domestic violence victims waiting for hearing.
§§ 7A-115 through 7A-129. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-130. Creation of district court division and district court districts; seats of court.
§ 7A-131. Establishment of district courts.
§ 7A-132. Judges, district attorneys, full-time assistant district attorneys and magistrates for district court districts.
§ 7A-133. Numbers of judges by districts; numbers of magistrates and additional seats of court, by counties.
§ 7A-134. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1339, s. 2.
§ 7A-135. Transfer of pending cases when present inferior courts replaced by district courts.
§ 7A-136. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-137. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-138. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-139. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-140. Number; election; term; qualification; oath.
§ 7A-141. Designation of chief judge; assignment of judge to another district for temporary or specialized duty.
§ 7A-142. Vacancies in office.
§ 7A-143. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 148, s. 6.
§ 7A-144. Compensation.
§ 7A-145. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 377, s. 32.
§ 7A-146. Administrative authority and duties of chief district judge.
§ 7A-147. Specialized judgeships.
§ 7A-148. Annual conference of chief district judges.
§ 7A-149. Jurisdiction; sessions.
§§ 7A-150 through 7A-159. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 7A-160 through 7A-165: Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 1049, s. 6.
§ 7A-166. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-167. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-168. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-169. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-170. Nature of office and oath.
§ 7A-171. Numbers; appointment and terms; vacancies.
§ 7A-171.1. Duty hours, salary, and travel expenses within county.
§ 7A-171.2. Qualifications for nomination or renomination.
§ 7A-172. Repealed by Session Laws 1977, c. 945, s. 5.
§ 7A-173. Suspension; removal; reinstatement.
§ 7A-174. Bonds.
§ 7A-175. Records to be kept.
§ 7A-176. Office of justice of the peace abolished.
§ 7A-177. Training course in duties of magistrate.
§ 7A-178. Magistrate as child support hearing officer.
§ 7A-179. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-180. Functions of clerk of superior court in district court matters.
§ 7A-181. Functions of assistant and deputy clerks of superior court in district court matters.
§ 7A-182. Clerical functions at additional seats of court.
§ 7A-183. Clerk or assistant clerk as child support hearing officer.
§§ 7A-184 through 7A-189. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-190. District courts always open.
§ 7A-191. Trials; hearings and orders in chambers.
§ 7A-191.1. Recording of proceeding in which defendant pleads guilty or no contest to felony in district court.
§ 7A-192. By whom power of district court to enter interlocutory orders exercised.
§ 7A-193. Civil procedure generally.
§ 7A-194. Repealed by Session Laws 1977, c. 711, s. 33.
§ 7A-195. Repealed by Session Laws 1969, c. 911, s. 5.
§ 7A-196. Jury trials.
§ 7A-197. Petit jurors.
§ 7A-198. Reporting of civil trials.
§ 7A-199. Special venue rule when district court sits without jury in seat of court lying in more than one county; where judgments recorded.
§ 7A-200. District and set of districts defined; chief district court judges and their authority.
§§ 7A-201 through 7A-209. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-210. Small claim action defined.
§ 7A-211. Small claim actions assignable to magistrates.
§ 7A-211.1. Actions to enforce motor vehicle mechanic and storage liens.
§ 7A-212. Judgment of magistrate in civil action improperly assigned or not assigned.
§ 7A-213. Procedure for commencement of action; request for and notice of assignment.
§ 7A-214. Time within which trial is set.
§ 7A-215. Procedure upon nonassignment of small claim action.
§ 7A-216. Form of complaint.
§ 7A-217. Methods of subjecting person of defendant to jurisdiction.
§ 7A-218. Answer of defendant.
§ 7A-219. Certain counterclaims; cross claims; third-party claims not permissible.
§ 7A-220. No required pleadings other than complaint.
§ 7A-221. Objections to venue and jurisdiction over person.
§ 7A-222. General trial practice and procedure.
§ 7A-223. Practice and procedure in small claim actions for summary ejectment.
§ 7A-224. Rendition and entry of judgment.
§ 7A-225. Lien and execution of judgment.
§ 7A-226. Priority of judgment when appeal taken.
§ 7A-227. Stay of execution on appeal.
§ 7A-228. New trial before magistrate; appeal for trial de novo; how appeal perfected; oral notice; dismissal.
§ 7A-229. Trial de novo on appeal.
§ 7A-230. Jury trial on appeal.
§ 7A-231. Provisional and incidental remedies.
§ 7A-232. Forms.
§§ 7A-233 through 7A-239. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-240. Original civil jurisdiction generally.
§ 7A-241. Original jurisdiction in probate and administration of decedents' estates.
§ 7A-242. Concurrently held original jurisdiction allocated between trial divisions.
§ 7A-243. Proper division for trial of civil actions generally determined by amount in controversy.
§ 7A-244. Domestic relations.
§ 7A-245. Injunctive and declaratory relief to enforce or invalidate statutes; constitutional rights.
§ 7A-246. Special proceedings; exceptions; guardianship and trust administration.
§ 7A-247. Quo warranto.
§ 7A-248. Condemnation actions and proceedings.
§ 7A-249. Corporate receiverships.
§ 7A-250. Review of decisions of administrative agencies.
§ 7A-251. Appeal from clerk to judge.
§ 7A-252. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 377, s. 32.
§ 7A-253. Infractions.
§ 7A-254. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-255. Clerk of superior court processes all actions and proceedings.
§ 7A-256. Causes docketed and retained in originally designated trial division until transferred.
§ 7A-257. Waiver of proper division.
§ 7A-258. Motion to transfer.
§ 7A-259. Transfer on judge's own motion.
§ 7A-260. Review of transfer matters.
§ 7A-261. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 377, s. 32.
§§ 7A-262 through 7A-269. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-270. Generally.
§ 7A-271. Jurisdiction of superior court.
§ 7A-272. Jurisdiction of district court; concurrent jurisdiction in guilty or no contest pleas for certain felony offenses; appellate and appropriate relief procedures applicable.
§ 7A-273. Powers of magistrates in infractions or criminal actions.
§ 7A-274. Power of mayors, law-enforcement officers, etc., to issue warrants and set bail restricted.
§ 7A-275. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 377, s. 32.
§ 7A-276. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-276.1. Court orders prohibiting publication or broadcast of reports of open court proceedings or reports of public records banned.
§§ 7A-277 through 7A-289: Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 815, s. 1.
§§ 7A-289.1 through 7A-289.6: Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 1(a).
§ 7A-289.7: Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 815, s. 1.
§§ 7A-289.8 through 7A-289.12: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 7A-289.13 through 7A-289.16: Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 1(a).
§§ 7A-289.17 through 7A-289.21: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 7A-289.22 through 7A-289.23. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§ 7A-289.23A. Recodified as § 7B-1102.
§§ 7A-289.24 through 7A-289.35: Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§ 7A-290. Appeals from district court in criminal cases; notice; appeal bond.
§ 7A-291. Additional powers of district court judges.
§ 7A-292. Additional powers of magistrates.
§ 7A-293. Special authority of a magistrate assigned to a municipality located in more than one county of a district court district.
§§ 7A-294 through 7A-299: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-300. Expenses paid from State funds.
§ 7A-301. Disbursement of expenses.
§ 7A-302. Counties and municipalities responsible for physical facilities.
§ 7A-303. Equipment and supplies in clerk's office.
§ 7A-304. Costs in criminal actions.
§ 7A-305. Costs in civil actions.
§ 7A-305.1. Discovery, fee on filing verified petition.
§ 7A-306. Costs in special proceedings.
§ 7A-307. Costs in administration of estates.
§ 7A-308. Miscellaneous fees and commissions.
§ 7A-308.1. Fees on deposits and investments.
§ 7A-309. Magistrate's special fees.
§ 7A-310. Fees of commissioners and assessors appointed by magistrate.
§ 7A-311. Uniform civil process fees.
§ 7A-312. Uniform fees for jurors; meals.
§ 7A-313. Uniform jail fees.
§ 7A-314. Uniform fees for witnesses; experts; limit on number.
§ 7A-314.1. Family court fees.
§ 7A-315. Liability of State for witness fees in criminal cases when defendant not liable.
§ 7A-316. Payment of witness fees in criminal actions.
§ 7A-317. Counties and municipalities not required to advance certain fees.
§ 7A-317.1. Disposition of fees in counties with unincorporated seats of court.
§ 7A-318. Determination and disbursement of costs on and after date district court established.
§ 7A-319. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 377, s. 32.
§ 7A-320. Costs are exclusive.
§ 7A-321. Collection of offender fines and fees assessed by the court; collection assistance fee.
§§ 7A-322 through 7A-339. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-340. Administrative Office of the Courts; establishment; officers.
§ 7A-341. Appointment and compensation of Director.
§ 7A-342. Appointment and compensation of assistant director and other employees.
§ 7A-343. Duties of Director.
§ 7A-343.1. Distribution of copies of the appellate division reports.
§ 7A-343.2. Court Information Technology Fund.
§ 7A-343.3. Appellate Courts Printing and Computer Operations Fund.
§ 7A-343.4. Internal audit standards; report and work papers.
§ 7A-343.5. Definitions.
§ 7A-344: Repealed by Session Laws 2000-144, s. 4.
§ 7A-345. Duties of assistant director.
§ 7A-346. Information to be furnished to Administrative Officer.
§ 7A-346.1: Repealed by Session Laws 2000-67, s. 15(b).
§ 7A-346.2. Various reports to General Assembly.
§ 7A-346.3. (Contingent effective date – see editor's note) Impaired driving integrated data system report.
§ 7A-347. Assistants for administrative and victim and witness services.
§ 7A-348. Training and supervision of assistants for administrative and victim and witness services.
§ 7A-349. Criminal history record check; denial of employment, contract, or volunteer opportunity.
§§ 7A-350 through 7A-354. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-355. Trial court administrators.
§ 7A-356. Duties.
§§ 7A-357 through 7A-374. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-374.1. Purpose.
§ 7A-374.2. Definitions.
§ 7A-375. Judicial Standards Commission.
§ 7A-376. Grounds for discipline by Commission; censure, suspension, or removal by the Supreme Court.
§ 7A-377. Procedures.
§ 7A-378. Censure, suspension, or removal of justice of Supreme Court.
§§ 7A-379 through 7A-399. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 7A-400 through 7A-408. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c.774, s. 1.
§ 7A-409. Composition of State Judicial Council.
§ 7A-409.1. Duties of the State Judicial Council.
§ 7A-409.2. Compensation of the State Judicial Council.
§ 7A-410. Vacancy exists on disbarment.
§ 7A-410.1. Suspension of salary.
§ 7A-411. Establishment and purpose.
§ 7A-412. Annual meetings; organization; election of officers.
§ 7A-413. Powers of Conference.
§ 7A-414. Executive Secretary; clerical support.
§§ 7A-415 through 7A-449. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-450. Indigency; definition; entitlement; determination; change of status.
§ 7A-450.1. Responsibility for payment by certain fiduciaries.
§ 7A-450.2. Determination of fiduciaries at indigency determination; summons; service of process.
§ 7A-450.3. Determination of responsibility at hearing.
§ 7A-450.4. Exemptions.
§ 7A-451. Scope of entitlement.
§ 7A-451.1. Counsel fees for outpatient involuntary commitment proceedings.
§ 7A-452. Source of counsel; fees; appellate records.
§ 7A-453. Duty of custodian of a possibly indigent person; determination of indigency.
§ 7A-454. Supporting services.
§ 7A-455. Partial indigency; liens; acquittals.
§ 7A-455.1. Appointment fee in criminal cases.
§ 7A-456. False statements; penalty.
§ 7A-457. Waiver of counsel; pleas of guilty.
§ 7A-458. Counsel fees.
§ 7A-459: Repealed by Session Laws 2000-144, s. 13, as amended by Session Laws 2001-424, s. 22.11(c).
§§ 7A-460 through 7A-464: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 7A-465 through 7A-467: Repealed by Session Laws 2000-144, s. 13, as amended by Session Laws 2001-424, s. 22.11(c), effective July 1, 2001.
§ 7A-468: Repealed by Session Laws 1987 (Regular Session, 1988), c. 1056, s. 13.
§§ 7A-469 through 7A-471: Repealed by Session Laws 2000-144, s. 13, as amended by Session Laws 2001-424, s. 22.11(c), effective July 1, 2001.
§ 7A-472. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-473. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-474. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-474.1. Legislative findings and purpose.
§ 7A-474.2. Definitions.
§ 7A-474.3. Eligible activities and limitations.
§ 7A-474.4. Funds.
§ 7A-474.5. Records and reports.
§§ 7A-474.6 through 7A-474.15: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-474.16. Legislative findings and purpose.
§ 7A-474.17. Definitions.
§ 7A-474.18. Eligible activities and limitations.
§ 7A-474.19. Funds.
§ 7A-474.20. Records and reports.
§§ 7A-475 through 7A-485: Expired.
§§ 7A-486 through 7A-486.7: Repealed by Session Laws 2000-144, s. 13, as amended by Session Laws 2001-424, s. 22.11(c), effective July 1, 2001.
§ 7A-487. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-488. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 7A-489 through 7A-493. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5, effective July 1, 1999.
§ 7A-494. Custody and Visitation Mediation Program established.
§ 7A-495. Implementation and administration.
§ 7A-496. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-497. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-498. Title.
§ 7A-498.1. Purpose.
§ 7A-498.2. Establishment of Office of Indigent Defense Services.
§ 7A-498.3. Responsibilities of Office of Indigent Defense Services.
§ 7A-498.4. Establishment of Commission on Indigent Defense Services.
§ 7A-498.5. Responsibilities of Commission.
§ 7A-498.6. Director of Indigent Defense Services.
§ 7A-498.7. Public Defender Offices.
§ 7A-498.8. Appellate Defender.
§ 7A-499. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 7A-500 through 7A-505: Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 956, s. 18.
§ 7A-506. Creation; members; terms; qualifications; vacancies.
§ 7A-507. Ex officio members.
§ 7A-508. Duties.
§ 7A-509. Chair; meetings; compensation of members.
§ 7A-510. Supporting services.
§§ 7A-511 through 7A-515. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 7A-516 through 7A-522. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-523 through 7A-529. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-530 through 7A-541. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-542 through 7A-557. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-558 through 7A-570. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-571 through 7A-577. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§ 7A-577.1. Recodified as § 7B-507.
§§ 7A-578 through 7A-583. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-584 through 7A-593. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-594 through 7A-607. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-608 through 7A-617. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-618 through 7A-626. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-627 through 7A-645. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-646 through 7A-657. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§ 7A-657.1. Recodified as § 7B-907.
§§ 7A-658 through 7A-663. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-664 through 7A-674. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-675 through 7A-683. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-684 through 7A-716. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-717 through 7A-731. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-732 through 7A-739. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-740 through 7A-744. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§§ 7A-745 through 7A-749. Repealed by Session Laws 1998-202, s. 5.
§ 7A-750. Creation; status; purpose.
§ 7A-751. Agency head; powers and duties; salaries of Chief Administrative Law Judge and other administrative law judges.
§ 7A-752. Chief Administrative Law Judge; appointments; vacancy.
§ 7A-753. Additional administrative law judges; appointment; specialization.
§ 7A-754. Qualifications; standards of conduct; removal.
§ 7A-755. Expenses reimbursed.
§ 7A-756. Power to administer oaths and issue subpoenas.
§ 7A-757. Temporary administrative law judges; appointments; powers and standards; fees.
§ 7A-758. Availability of administrative law judge to exempt agencies.
§ 7A-759. Role as deferral agency.
§ 7A-760. Number and status of employees; staff assignments; role of State Personnel Commission.
§ 7A-761. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-762. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-763. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-764. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-765. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-766. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-767. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-768. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-769. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-770. Purpose.
§ 7A-771. Definitions.
§ 7A-772. Allocation of funds.
§ 7A-773. Responsibilities of a sentencing services program.
§ 7A-773.1. Who may request plans; disposition of plans; contents of plans.
§ 7A-774. Requirements for a comprehensive sentencing services program plan.
§ 7A-775. Sentencing services board.
§ 7A-776. Limitation on use of funds.
§ 7A-777. Evaluation.
§§ 7A-778 through 7A-789. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-790. Short title.
§ 7A-791. Purpose.
§ 7A-792. Goals.
§ 7A-793. Establishment of Program.
§ 7A-794. Fund administration.
§ 7A-795. State Drug Treatment Court Advisory Committee.
§ 7A-796. Local drug treatment court management committee.
§ 7A-797. Eligible population; drug treatment court procedures.
§ 7A-798: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-393, s. 13, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 7A-799. Treatment not guaranteed.
§ 7A-800. Payment of costs of treatment program.
§ 7A-801. Monitoring and annual report.
§ 7A-802. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-803. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-804. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7A-805. Establishment and purpose.
§ 7A-806. Annual meetings; organization; election of officers.
§ 7A-807. Powers of Conference.
§ 7A-808. Executive secretary; clerical support.
§ 7A-809. Reports.