"Graham, they told me, was the county seat, so if the charges were deemed serious enough at probable cause, the case would be tried in Alamance County Superior Court."

The Alamance County Superior Courthouse is located in Graham, North Carolina, the county seat of Alamance County. The counties of North Carolina are grouped into 46 superior court districts, which in turn are grouped into eight divisions. The Superior Court has jurisdiction in all felony and some misdemeanor cases. The Alamance County Superior Court is District 15A and can be found on West Elm Street in Graham. The Alamance County Superior Court deals with types of cases such as civil, criminal, domestic relations, juvenile, mental health, and probate. 

 Submitted by student authors, Katie Camilleri and Sarah Christian