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Alamance County Superior Court
212 W. Elm St.
Monday - Friday 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Hon. David Lambeth
Public parking lots are located adjacent to the Judge J. B. Allen, Jr. Courthouse, in front of the Graham Presbyterian Church and in the 100 block of West Elm Street, parking is allowed on the adjacent streets with a 2-hour maximum time limit.
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Handicap accessibility from parking lot onto sidewalk and from sidewalk into courthouse lobby. Wheelchair Access is available.
Kristie Culler, Deputy Clerk
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Established in 1777, the superior courts are North Carolina’s oldest courts. Superior courts hear civil and criminal cases. Superior court is divided into five divisions and 48 districts across the state. Every six months, superior court judges rotate among the districts within their divisions. The rotation system is provided for by the state constitution and designed to minimize conflicts of interest that might result from having a permanent judge in one district. Each administrative superior court district has a senior resident superior court judge who manages the administrative duties of the court.15A Superior court district consists of Alamance county.
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