NC Superior Court Judge District 18E Seat 1
The NC Superior Court is the trial court of general jurisdiction in North Carolina. It hears all felony cases and certain misdemeanor cases. In civil matters, superior courts hear civil disputes involving amounts over $25,000. Judges are elected for 8 year terms. Legislation in 2017 changed these elections to partisan elections with no primary. The Superior Courts are divided into 8 divisions and further into 50 districts. There are 97 regular Superior Court judges under current state law, in addition to "special judges" who are appointed by the Governor, not elected. Judges rotate from district to district within their division every six months in order to avoid the danger of corruption or favoritism.
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Susan Elizabeth Bray
What legal experience do you bring to the bench?
What unique personal and professional experiences prepare you for this judgeship?
In what community activities do you participate?
I will continue to do my best to follow the law and treat people fairly.
7 years as assistant district attorney.
16 years as district court judge.
8 years as superior court judge.
Strong work ethic.
Knowledge of many community resources.
Presiding as juvenile court judge in both delinquency and DSS courts has helped me develop a holistic approach in evaluating persons who appear in front of me.
A Simple Gesture.
Publish newsletter for college alumni.
Communications for high school class.
Children's Home Society.
Wake Forest sports.
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