TO DIRECT THE NORTH CAROLINA COURTS COMMISSION TO STUDY THE ORGANIZATION OF THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE.
As the title indicates. Provides that the study should focus on the sentencing laws, workloads, case backlogs, and other issues that are relevant to the effective and efficient administration of justice. Charges the study with determining whether the current organization and operation of the state court system needs revision or adjustment in order to better serve the interests of justice. Directs the North Carolina Courts Commission to report its findings and recommendations to the 2013 General Assembly. Appropriates $15,000 from the General Fund to the Judicial Department to fund the study. Effective July 1, 2011.
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