Court Information


At the present time, court sessions are conducted in 3 different buildings in downtown Graham.  These 3 different buildings are all within a very close proximity of each other.
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The Alamance County Court House

The Alamance County Criminal Court Building

Alamance County Civil Court Building

The Alamance County Civil Courts Building

Criminal Court (including traffic court):

  • Criminal District Court and Criminal Superior Court sessions take place in the Criminal Courts Building, 212 West Elm Street, Graham, NC  27253.
  • Criminal District Court takes place in the downstairs courtrooms of the Criminal Courts Building.
  • Criminal Superior Court takes place in the 2nd floor courtroom of the Criminal Courts Building.

Civil District and Civil Superior Court:

  • Alamance County Civil Courts Building (126 West Elm Street, Graham, NC); or
  • Criminal Courts Building, 2nd floor courtroom.

Small Claims Court:

  • Temporary Old Courthouse on Wednesdays as directed by Magistrate Judges.

Special Proceedings, Estate Administration hearings, and all matters heard by the Clerk of Superior Court:

  • Temporary Old Courthouse unless otherwise directed.