Courthouses in North Carolina and the Role of Courthouse Process Servers and Court Couriers in North Carolina
As the leading courthouse courier and process serving service in North Carolina, we train and require each of our local agents to have thorough knowledge of the United States Court system. All agents are extensively involved at all levels within the North Carolina courts and are updated with policies and changes that may affect the way we perform services on behalf of our clients.
The basis of understanding the courts originates from the fact the United States court system consists of a Federal Court system and 50 state courts. There are many similarities with all courts as they are basically multi leveled and diversified. The Courts in North Carolina are fundamentally the same as in any other state in the United States. Our Process Servers and Couriers in North Carolina will work closely with its clients to assure proper handling and timing of all matters handled
North Carolina courts differentiate where cases begin and where they wind up in the system. There are lower courts, higher courts, appeals court, civil court and criminal courts. A.C.E., Couriers and Process Servers are engaged at all levels and within all North Carolina court systems and divisions.
Federal Courts are situated within every state in the United States, especially in North Carolina. Some of the smaller less populated states many only have one Federal Courthouse while the larger more populated states many have several Federal Courthouses. Federal Courts in North Carolina generally engage in legal disputes that fall within the scope the U.S. Government such as, but not limited to, Civil matters, Bankruptcy Court, Class Action Law Suits, Appeals and high value civil matters. Federal Courts in North Carolina also handle egregious criminal cases.
North Carolina State Courts are considered to be the backbone of its legal system and are where most lawsuits are heard and resolved. North Carolina state has a two level court systems within the one courthouse. In one area of the state court system there is a lower level court that hears low value and less important issues than the higher court. And, there is a higher level court that handles more serious and higher value legal issues.
Some of the most popular state courts in North Carolina are: Circuit Courts, Small Claims Court, Surrogate Court, Probate Court, Superior Court, Supreme, District Court, Family Court, Traffic Court, Juvenile Courts, Court of Common Pleas, Appellate Court, Municipal Court, Justice of the Peace Court, Small Claims Court and Trial Court. Our clients are engaged at all levels and in all North Carolina state courts. We represent Attorneys and Paralegal professionals at and through all courts in North Carolina. We are Courthouse Couriers and Courthouse Process Servers who are intimately familiar with all courts in North Carolina and have expertise in Service of Process and Retrieving case files.
All States in American have what is commonly known as the high court, last stop court or last resort court to resolve state matters. Said court is known as the State Supreme Court. Although each state does have a Supreme Court this should not be confused with the United States Supreme court which is the highest court in the Unites States and actually has the power to overturn the States Supreme court decisions.
The United States Supreme Court has the final word on the law in America. There are nine justices and all are nominated by the President of the United States and must be approved by the United States Senate. Supreme Court Justices are lifelong appointees.
Overall, the United States Court System on all levels is based upon a process that starts with adversarial situations. The courts are supposed to allow all parties involved in litigation to have equal standing and depend upon the courts to be neutral and unbiased. Then courts maintain an equal playing field of rules, statutes and laws that should allow every litigant an equal chance to be heard and be treated fairly.
A.C.E. Process Servers in North Carolina play a significant role within its statewide court system. Process Servers, armed with rules and statutes, serve and deliver lawsuits and subpoena's to parties involved, directly or indirectly, in a matter before a court. Service of Process is the formal notification given to a party involved and is what Process Server must make sure is handled properly and professionally. When a person is served with court issued documents, in North Carolina, it is at that juncture the court has jurisdiction over the defendant or witness and compliance is required. It is the Process Servers’ responsibility to make sure legal documents are presented in a non-adversarial manner and to inform the person served of the contents and the serious nature of the documents presented.
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