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Protester with African-American flag found not guilty of Sept. 26 charges

Additional, earlier charges from July to be heard next week It apparently came down to a few seconds of video footage for the defendant in one of the latest round...

Protester in jail parking lot found guilty

Another protester did not fare as well as Maurice Wells, Jr., who was found not guilty of three charges associated with his actions during a protest on September 26,...

Advocacy group announces new legal challenge against state permit for quarry in Snow Camp

An environmental advocacy group has announced it’s taking legal action in response to a mining permit that state officials have granted to a controversial stone quarry in the unincorporated...

Trials for 2020 protesters begin

First Halloween Day protester from march & rally found guilty of failure to disperse Trials began Wednesday morning in Alamance County criminal district court for the first of more than...

City of Burlington sued for allegedly taking private land for public walking path

A couple in Burlington is suing the city of Burlington for allegedly taking a “dead-end alleyway” in March 2020 to build a paved public walking path on land they...

Superior Court judge grants release of video from Oct. 31 protest that ended...

Senior resident superior court judge Tom Lambeth, Jr. has granted two defendants from the October 31 march and rally that ended with law enforcement using pepper spray to disperse...

A second judge grants two other requests for body-cam footage sought by BLM activists

Alamance County superior court judge Andrew “Andy” Hanford has also granted two petitions to release audio and video footage recorded by the Graham police and Alamance County sheriff’s department...

Judge rules parts of ACE Speedway countersuit against state to proceed

A visiting superior court judge has agreed to let the owners of ACE Speedway take legal action against the state for the venue’s forcible closure last year due to...

Alamance County courts to resume jury trials next week

Alamance County senior resident superior court judge Tom Lambeth, Jr. has issued a new order outlining changes to Alamance County court operations. Lambeth issued his latest order last Thursday (Jan....

Appeals Court dismisses newspapers’ appeal to require Alamance County courtrooms to be open;...

The North Carolina Court of Appeals has dismissed a petition filed by The Alamance News and two other news organizations that were prohibited from being present in an Alamance...

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