The county of Calhoun is located in Alabama and was founded in 1832. There are 114,611 residents in Calhoun who have access to courthouses in Anniston, Hobson City, Jacksonville, Ohatchee, Oxford, Piedmont. In general, each county has a full set of courts, from traffic court to superior and appellate court; supreme courts are usually located in the state capital. Alabama is part of the 11th federal circuit court as well.
There are 23,106 residents in Anniston, which is 45.7 square miles and 719ft above sea level. It was settled in April 1872 and is governed by a local government.
There are 771 residents in Hobson City, which is 1.0 square miles and 728ft above sea level.
There are 12,548 residents in Jacksonville, which is 11.0 square miles and 709ft above sea level.
There are 1,170 residents in Ohatchee, which is 5.9 square miles and 509ft above sea level. It was settled in 1956 and is governed by a local government.
There are 21,348 residents in Oxford, which is 31.2 square miles and 656ft above sea level.
There are 4,878 residents in Piedmont, which is 9.9 square miles and 702ft above sea level. It was settled in 1888 and is governed by a Mayor-Council (7 members) local government.