BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE | CONTRIBUTED COURT APPOINTMENT: Students in Court Procedure and Evidence at Beaufort County Community College saw first-hand how the courtroom works during a visit earlier this month to the Beaufort County Courthouse. The students heard a presentation from Clerk of Court Marty Paramore and attended a session of Superior Court presided over by Wayland Sermons, senior resident judge for the 2nd Judicial District. The visit is an annual event by students in Instructor Cynthia King's class. "The students enjoyed the visit and had a glimpse into the world in which they are preparing to work," King said. Pictured above, with the students, are Paramore, right, and Sermons, center.
BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE | CONTRIBUTED
COURT APPOINTMENT: Students in Court Procedure and Evidence at Beaufort County Community College saw first-hand how the courtroom works during a visit earlier this month to the Beaufort County Courthouse. The students heard a presentation from Clerk of Court Marty Paramore and attended a session of Superior Court presided over by Wayland Sermons, senior resident judge for the 2nd Judicial District. The visit is an annual event by students in Instructor Cynthia King's class. "The students enjoyed the visit and had a glimpse into the world in which they are preparing to work," King said. Pictured above, with the students, are Paramore, right, and Sermons, center.

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