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Mecklenburg County Superior Court
832 E. 4th St.
Monday - Friday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Hon. Louis A. Bledsoe, III
Public parking for court visitors is available at the 4th Street Parking Deck, which is located at the intersection of 4th and McDowell Streets. The public entrance to the parking deck is on 4th Street, directly across from the 3rd and 4th Street / I-277 / John Belk Freeway exit ramp. As you enter the deck, punch for a ticket. The cost is $1.00 per half hour or $12.00 for daily parking. If you have an oversized vehicle (up to 9 feet in height) you must park on the 2nd Level. Those in need of motorcycle parking should see the booth attendant for parking instructions. Following are some alternate parking locations for court visitors: Charlotte Mecklenburg Government Center Parking Deck, located at the corner of 4th and Davidson Street. The cost is $1.00 per half hour or $12.00 for daily parking. Metered parking is available on 3rd Street, with a two hour maximum.
Using the crosswalk, cross over McDowell Street. Enter the Mecklenburg County Courthouse through the entrance on McDowell Street. All visitors must go through a security checkpoint.
Knives, scissors, or any other sharp objects are not allowed into the building. Laptop computers, iPads/tablets, e-readers and cell phones are allowed into the courthouse. You will be asked to turn on laptops and other electronic devices before being allowed to enter the building. No photography, filming or audio recording is allowed in the courthouse without prior written approval. The following items are also prohoboted in the courthouse: alcoholic beverages, audio/video recording equipment, brass knuckles, bullets, cork screw, fish hook, fork (metal), glass container, guns (all), handcuff key, knitting/sewing items, knives (all), kubatons, large safety pin, laser light, leatherman, letter opener, meat thermometer, metal pick, nails/screws, paint, paint scraper, painters hook, pepper spray, putty knife , razor blade, scissors, tasers/stun guns, tools (all), wire hangers.
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Accessible parking for persons with disabilities is available on Level 2. If you have a special need or disability, or you wear an implanted device, please inform the deputies, as you may also be scanned with a wand by a deputy to pinpoint the location of metals.
Diana Orozco, Disability Access Coordinator
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About Additional Info:
Established in 1777, the superior courts are North Carolina’s oldest courts. Superior courts hear civil and criminal cases. Superior court is divided into five divisions and 48 districts across the state. Every six months, superior court judges rotate among the districts within their divisions. The rotation system is provided for by the state constitution and designed to minimize conflicts of interest that might result from having a permanent judge in one district. Each administrative superior court district has a senior resident superior court judge who manages the administrative duties of the court. 26 Superior court district consists of Mecklenburg county.
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