Colonial Williamsburg Courthouse

The Colonial Williamsburg Courthouse was constructed from 1770 to 1771 in the Georgian style. The courthouse once housed two separate court systems, one being the James City County Court, responsible for carrying out county cases, and the other, the Hustings Court, responsible for the city cases. The courthouse was built with red bricks with white wooden trim-boards and long arched windows with white shutters.

Colonial Williamsburg Courthouse

Colonial Williamsburg Courthouse

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