Pitt County District Lawyer’s Workplace Working on a Restricted Foundation December 14-15 Because of an Publicity to COVID-19

Pitt County District Attorney’s Office Operating on a Limited Basis December 14-15 Due to an Exposure to COVID-19

Pitt County District Attorney Faris Dixon has announced that its office will have limited operations from Monday, December 14 through Tuesday, December 15 due to exposure to COVID-19. During this time, legal proceedings will be processed for people who are in custody. In order to limit the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the public and staff, the prosecution will not be able to assist the public by phone or at the reception during this time. The office will be back to normal operations on Wednesday, December 16.

The courthouse and the Supreme Court clerk will remain open during this time.

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By order of the Chief Justice, only persons who are doing business in the courthouse are allowed to enter. Masks or face coverings are required in all courthouses. Submissions are recommended by post and treated as timely if they are received by post within five days of the due date.

Some court matters can be handled online at www.NCcourts.gov/services.

For the latest information on court closings, visit www.NCcourts.gov

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