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Lawyer for 2020 Halloween Day marchers, protesters wants Graham & County to pay $351,500...

Demands include dropping cases against Drumwright & his top aide, having sheriff prohibit officers from testifying at next trial; wants settlement structured to be tax-exempt for plaintiffs  One of...

Settlement attempt between Graham, protesters fails

Judge requires plaintiffs to bear 20 percent of cost of depositions The latest filings in an ongoing federal suit over the march in downtown Graham on October 31, 2020 that...

Drumwright, other protesters’ cell phones lost or destroyed, according to city’s atty.

Devices turned up missing after city, county lawyers sought information during discovery phase of lawsuit  The city of Graham defendants in a pending federal suit over the ill-fated march in...

Hillsborough lawyer’s suit against county and Graham transferred to Alamance County court

A lawsuit that was originally filed last summer in Orange County against the Alamance County sheriff’s department and city of Graham has been transferred by a superior court judge...

Graham man arrested at Saturday Patriot Party rally

A Graham man was arrested Saturday during a rally at Alamance County's Historic Court House. The sheriff's office, which oversees the grounds of the courthouse, had granted a permit to...

Judge dismisses resisting arrest charge against man who was demonstrating outside sheriff’s office last...

Bench verdict overturns district court conviction on the same count; first jury released for possible Covid exposure, second after judge makes ruling on dismissal A visiting superior court judge granted...

Mistrial declared Mon. in BLM protester’s appeal due to juror’s possible exposure to Covid

A visiting senior resident superior court judge declared a mistrial Monday afternoon in Alamance County superior court in the appeal for a Black Lives Matter protester who was convicted...

Federal lawsuit reveals only one of 19 plaintiffs actually didn’t get to vote after...

The latest filings in an ongoing federal lawsuit against the Alamance County sheriff’s office and Graham police department reveal that only one of 19 plaintiffs was unable to vote,...

Last three defendants arrested at ill-fated October 31 protest found guilty

The three remaining defendants who had been arrested during the “I Am Change Legacy March to the Polls” in downtown Graham on October 31, 2020 were found guilty of...

First appeal to superior court from protest verdicts nets same result: guilty, this time...

An Alamance County jury has convicted a Black Lives Matter activist of misdemeanor disorderly conduct in a public building and resisting arrest – his second conviction on the same...

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