Charleston County South Carolina Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1311)Charleston County Courts
Charleston Circuit Court100 Broad StreetCharlestonSC29401843-958-5000
Charleston County Courts
Charleston Magistrate Court I995 Morrison DriveCharlestonSC29403843-724-6720
Charleston Magistrate Court II7272 Cross County RoadNorth CharlestonSC29418843-767-2743
Charleston Magistrate Court III2145 Melbourne StreetNorth CharlestonSC29405843-745-2215
Charleston Magistrate Court IV615 Riverland DriveCharlestonSC29412843-795-1140
Charleston Municipal Court180 Lockwood DriveCharlestonSC29403843-724-7460
N.Charleston Magistrate Court4045 Bridge View DriveNorth CharlestonSC29405843-202-6610
North Charleston Magistrate Court3870 Leeds AvenueNorth CharlestonSC29405843-746-9822
North Charleston Municipal Court4th StreetNorth CharlestonSC29405843-740-2601
Folly Beach Municipal Court21 Center StreetFolly BeachSC29439843-588-2447
Hampton Circuit Court1 Court House SquareCharlestonSC29401803-914-2250
Isle Of Palms Municipal Court1207 Palm BoulevardIsle of PalmsSC29451843-886-8946
Johns Island Magistrate Court1527 Main RoadJohns IslandSC29455843-559-1218
Kiawah Island Municipal Court21 Beachwalker DriveKiawah IslandSC29455843-768-9166
McClellanville Magistrate Court10009 North Highway 17McClellanvilleSC29458843-887-3334
McClellanville Municipal Court405 Pinckney StreetMcClellanvilleSC29458843-887-3712
Mount Pleasant Magistrate Court1189 Iron Bridge DriveMount PleasantSC29466843-856-1205
Mount Pleasant Municipal Court100 Ann Edwards LaneMount PleasantSC29464843-884-6796
Ravenel Magistrate Court5962 Highway 165RavenelSC29470843-889-8332
Ravenel Municipal Court5962 Highway 165RavenelSC29470843-889-8332
Seabrook Island Municipal Court2001 Seabrook Island RoadSeabrook IslandSC29455843-768-9121
Sullivans Island Municipal Court1610 Middle StreetSullivan's IslandSC29482843-883-3198
West Ashley Area Magistrate Court1720 Sam Rittenberg BoulevardCharlestonSC29407843-766-6531
Charleston County Departments of Justice
Charleston South Carolina Department of Justice4360 Headquarters RoadNorth CharlestonSC29405843-740-6148
North Charleston South Carolina Department of Justice5900 Core AvenueNorth CharlestonSC29406843-308-6660
North Charleston South Carolina Department of Justice3346 Rivers AvenueNorth CharlestonSC29405843-740-1649
Charleston County District Attorney Office
Charleston County Solicitor101 Meeting StreetCharlestonSC29401843-958-1900
Charleston County Public Defender Office
Charleston County Public Defender101 Meeting StreetCharlestonSC29401843-958-1850
Charleston County DMVs
Charleston DMV Office180 Lockwood DriveCharlestonSC29403843-727-6477
Charleston DMV Office1119 Wappoo RoadCharlestonSC29407843-769-5879
North Charleston DMV Office3790 Leeds AvenueNorth CharlestonSC29405843-740-6168
Mount Pleasant DMV Office1189 Sweetgrass Basket ParkwayMount PleasantSC29464843-884-9760
Charleston County Court Records Databases
Charleston County Accident Reports
Charleston County Arrest Warrants
Charleston County Child Support Warrants
Charleston County Clerk Court Records
Charleston County Clerk of Court Records
Charleston County Clerk of Court Records (South Carolina)
Charleston County Court Records
Charleston County Criminal Records
Charleston County Government Public Records
Charleston County Government Public Records (South Carolina)
Charleston County Probate Court Marriage Licenses
Charleston County Probate Court Records
Charleston County Probate Court Records (South Carolina)
Charleston County Probate Court's Office Marriage Records
Charleston County Probate Records
Charleston County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Charleston Police Department Accident Reports
Charleston County Court Jury Duty Information
Charleston County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesSC
Charleston County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesSC
Charleston County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysSC
Charleston County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18SC
Charleston County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsSC

How to Get Court Records in Charleston County South Carolina

Court Records in Charleston County South Carolina

To obtain a copy of court records from the Charleston County Government Clerk Of Courts, you must first obtain a valid ID from the person being searched. This information is not available in online databases or through other sources. The official site of the county’s government offers this service, but you can also visit the offices of the elected officials in the county to view official court records. Often, you will be able to obtain criminal, traffic, and probate records, as well as family and civil records.

The office of the Charleston County Clerk of Court is located at 202 East Bay Street, and is responsible for the administration of the county’s trial court system. The magistrate is the highest court official in the county and has fiduciary responsibility. The clerk of the courts is the chief record-keeper for the Charleston County Judicial Complex. The office is led by Julie J. Armstrong, who was first elected in 1992 and has been in the position ever since.

The department of health and environmental control in Columbia, South Carolina, issues certified copies of divorce, birth, and death records. To order a copy, Charleston County residents must submit a money order, a cashier’s check, and a copy of a valid photo ID. To make an appointment to get a copy of court records, call the department at 803-261-6800. They are open 8:30 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.

The City of Charleston records center houses various types of documents and records pertaining to the city. This information can be used for historical research, as well as for contemporary purposes. The records center is operated by the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, which provides an online tool to search bookings and arrest information. Besides this, the records center is a correctional facility in the county. In 2002, the City of Charlotte transferred its old collections to the Charleston Public Library.

There are several different ways to obtain court records in Charleston County South Carolina. The most common way is to mail money orders. There are kiosks inside the office, and visitors can deposit money into the canteen account of an inmate. The clerk’s office also accepts cashier’s checks. If you’d rather send a money order, you can mail it to the detention center in the U.S. instead.

The county also maintains mesne conveyances and plans for private property for one year after the Certificate of Occupancy is issued. The Charleston County Register of Deeds also maintains a digital image of over 800 archival maps and plats. The information from this website is not an official record and is not intended to be used for legal purposes. Solicitor’s office files are available to the public, but the web site does not contain them.