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Cases tried or otherwise disposed of in General Sessions Court are appealed to the South Carolina State Supreme Court. Appeals are filed with the Clerk of the State Supreme Court.
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If you feel like you are the victim of a crime, you should contact the nearest police department in your area.
Contact the Public Defenders’ office at 843-545-3671.
Contact Georgetown County Probation and Parole office at 843-546-9798 for details.
All records filed with the Clerk of Court’s office are public information with the exception of cases sealed by a court order. There is a 25-cent fee to accommodate the cost for each copy and $1 fee for each certification. If your case was heard in Magistrate Court / Municipal Court, you must contact the Magistrate who heard your case.
To obtain a criminal record report, contact the arresting agency in the county the arrest took place. The clerk’s office will not perform any criminal background checks. You are welcome to come into our office between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:45 pm to research the matter or have someone else complete the research for you.
To find out when you should appear in General Sessions Court please contact the Georgetown County Solicitor’s office at 843-545-3169.