CALENDAR CALL

When is my court date, and when am I supposed to be in Court?

Every case has what is called "Calendar Call". This is when your attorney appears in Court to tell the Judge what day the case will be ready to be tried. Unfortunately, at Calendar Call you are competing with several other cases to get a Court date.

CALENDAR CALL
Every County has his own system for scheduling cases. It is not uncommon to be scheduled for Court and the case is continued. Generally, this will happen when the Court docket is full or the case is not ready to be tried (missing information, attorney scheduling conflicts, witnesses unavailable...etc). Some counties have an overabundance of cases, and it may take months to get a court date.

If I represent you, do not go to Calendar Call. I will call you within 24 hours of Calendar Call with your court date. Listed below are the counties where I practice.

WHERE
WHEN IS CALENDAR CALL
LENGTH OF SESSION
GUILFORD COUNTY-HIGH POINT
Every other Thursday, on the Thursday before the session begins.
2 Weeks
GUILFORD COUNTY-GREENSBORO
Once a month, on the Monday before the session begins.
1 Month
DAVIDSON COUNTY Every Thursday, before the session begins
1 Week
You can check the Court Calendars at the following link: www.nccourts.org.