The Eastern Judicial Circuit is based at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The Circuit encompasses all Marine Corps bases, air stations, camps, depots and logistics bases within the state of North Carolina. The Eastern Judicial Circuit consists of four active duty Military Judges and two Clerks of Court. The senior military judge also serves as the Circuit Judge. The Eastern Judicial Circuit belongs to the Navy-Marine Corps Trial Judiciary that is a unified and independent trial judiciary composed of active duty and reserve military judges and support personnel of the Navy and the Marine Corps who preside over courts-martial conducted worldwide. We provide crucial support to commanders in ensuring the maintenance of good order and discipline within our operating forces, while always guaranteeing due process and fundamental fairness for every court-martial accused. Our duty and highest calling is to ensure the complete and absolute professionalism, fairness and integrity of our military justice system.
The weekly docket establishes the next week's court schedule and is approved by the Circuit Military Judge and published every Thursday. Military Judges are detailed to cases by the Circuit Military Judge. Changes may be made to the docket only with the approval of the Circuit Military Judge, the Docketing Judge, or the Military Judge assigned to a specific case. All docketed court sessions are subject to change. The Navy-Marine Corps Trial Judiciary Docket is available at https://www.jag.navy.mil/organization/code_41.htm. Public or media inquiries pertaining to scheduled cases should be directed to the MCIEAST-MCB Camp Lejeune Public Affairs Office at (910) 451-5655/7440.
The Eastern Judicial Circuit offices are located aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Our official mailing address and phone numbers are as follows:
Eastern Judicial Circuit
67 Virginia Dare Drive, Suite 145
Camp Lejeune, NC 28542
Phone Number: (910) 451-3149
DSN Number: 751-3149