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Herman G. Enochs, Jr.

Gender: Male

Ethnicity: Caucasian

Biographical/Historical note:

Herman G. Enochs, Jr. was born in Hickory, North Carolina, on May 20, 1929. He received a B.A. from Guilford College in 1952 and an LLB from the University of North Carolina Law School in 1956.

Enochs served as senior judge of the Municipal-County Court in Greensboro in the 1960s. During this time he presided over court sessions involving civil rights protests. He announced his retirement from judgeship and intentions to enter private practice in 1972. He was a partner in the law firm of Turner Enochs & Lloyd, P.A., and then served as counsel to the law firm of Ott Cone & Redpath, P.A., which he helped to create in 2002.

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Item thumbnail image Oral history interview with Herman G. Enochs by Eugene Pfaff
Date: 1980
By: Herman G. Enochs, Jr.
From: GreensboroVOICES Collection

In this transcript of an oral history interview conducted circa 1980 by Eugene Pfaff with Herman G. Enochs, Enochs describes the effects of mass arrests in spring 1963 on the local judicial system....