Compare the two documents in use in the Wake County court and guess which one is real. The only AOC court-approved court documents are posted online at nccourts.org/forms and they contain an AOC code in the lower left corner. The superior court clerk and judge in residence should have caught this crime if they had used “reasonable diligence” required by Title 42.
The Wake county clerk of superior court is not abiding by the Clerk of Court policy manual. The manual provides requirements for a certificate of service, which she is not using. Here is a link to the NC clerk of court policy manual.
See the home page of the Carolina Crime Report for the whole story. This is a CRIME by the Superior Court Clerk and it impacted hundreds of cases that now all have to be reviewed for procedural errors. Because cases cannot be both transferred and appealed to superior court. And the unlawful document at right doesn’t even require a defendant’s consent, knowledge or signature, which is a violation of the 14th amendment right to due process.
But the bigger crime is financial. All of the unlawful funds collected by the Wake County Court’s “recordkeeping errors” are untaxed and thus the IRS may have an interest in this.