Greenville County South Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1366)Greenville County Courts
Greenville City Magistrate Court I4 McGee StreetGreenvilleSC29601864-467-5302
Greenville County Courts
Greenville City Magistrate Court II4 McGee StreetGreenvilleSC29601864-467-5312
Greenville Magistrate Court I1103 White Horse RoadGreenvilleSC29605864-277-4429
Greenville Magistrate Court II100 South Main StreetGreerSC29650864-877-7464
Greenville Municipal Court426 North Main StreetGreenvilleSC29601864-467-6650
West Greenville Magistrate Court6247 White Horse RoadGreenvilleSC29611864-294-4810
Fountain Inn Municipal Court315 North Main StreetFountain InnSC29644864-409-0617
Greer Magistrate Court I306 West Poinsett StreetGreerSC29650864-244-2922
Greer Municipal Court100 South Main StreetGreerSC29650864-848-5374
Marietta Magistrate Court3208 Geer HighwaySlater-MariettaSC29661864-836-3671
Mauldin Municipal Court5 East Butler RoadMauldinSC29662864-289-8898
Piedmont Magistrate Court I107 Main StreetPiedmontSC29673864-260-4156
Piedmont Magistrate Court II8150 Augusta RoadPiedmontSC29673864-277-9555
Simpsonville Magistrate Court205 North Maple StreetSimpsonvilleSC29681864-963-3457
Simpsonville Municipal Court405 East Curtis StreetSimpsonvilleSC29681864-967-9538
Travelers Rest Magistrate Court I6 Bailey Mill RoadTravelers RestSC29690864-895-0478
Travelers Rest Magistrate Court II114 North Poinsett HighwayTravelers RestSC29690864-834-6910
Travelers Rest Municipal Court6711 State Park RoadTravelers RestSC29690864-834-1630
Greenville County Public Defender Office
Greenville County Public Defender305 East North StreetGreenvilleSC29601864-467-8522
Greenville County DMVs
Greenville DMV Office15 Saluda Dam RoadGreenvilleSC29611864-241-1147
Greenville DMV Office300 University RidgeGreenvilleSC29601864-241-1145
Fountain Inn DMV Office1310 North Main StreetFountain InnSC29644864-967-4013
Greenville County Court Records Databases
City of Greenville Municipal Court Online Payments
City of Greenville Parking Services Online Payments
Greenville County 13th Judicial Circuit Court Records
Greenville County Accident Reports
Greenville County Arrest Warrants
Greenville County Child Support Warrants
Greenville County Clerk of Court Records
Greenville County Court Records
Greenville County Court Records (South Carolina)
Greenville County Criminal Records
Greenville County Equity Court Sales Office Website
Greenville County Family Court Records
Greenville County Magistrate Courts Website
Greenville County Master In Equity Website
Greenville County Probate Court Marriage Records
Greenville County Probate Court Marriage Records (South Carolina)
Greenville County Probate Court Professional License Search
Greenville County Probate Records
Greenville County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Office of The Solicitor Thirteenth Judicial Court Records
Simpsonville Police Department Accident Reports
Greenville County Court Jury Duty Information
Greenville County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesSC
Greenville County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesSC
Greenville County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysSC
Greenville County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18SC
Greenville County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsSC

Court Records in Greenville County South Carolina

Court Records in Greenville County, South Carolina, are public records that may be found at the clerk’s office or through the online search. These documents may include driving and traffic records, judgments, bail bonds, bond papers, criminal and civil cases, marriage licenses, and vital records. These records may be viewed by anyone with the proper identification and must be accompanied by the document you wish to obtain. You must have the driver’s license or other state identification in order to request the records.

Court Records in Greenville County can be obtained through the Vital Records Office. These records may include birth and death certificates, vehicle and property tax records, and other vital statistics. These records can be useful if you are involved in a legal case. However, if you’re looking for a divorce record, or another court report, you can visit the County Clerk’s Office. Additionally, you can obtain a copy of a criminal background check, birth certificate, and marriage record.

The circuit court in Greenville County is located in downtown Greenville. The building is red brick and is located on the corner of Church Street and East North Street. Inmate records are available online through the South Carolina Department of Corrections. The South Carolina Building Inspections System provides the ability to search a building permit’s record by permit number. There are also various government jobs and property listings in the Greenville County area.

For more information on criminal and civil court records, visit the Greenville County Library. The County also has several digital collections, including historical materials. You can find subdivision plats by name, access road, and section number. In addition to the court records, you can also access the county’s GIS mapping, which offers data on land development and genealogy. You must have a Greenville County Library card to access the databases.

The court will charge a fee of $25 for a name-based criminal history search. The SLED also allows you to have your report certified and notarized. For an accident report, you must go to the Sheriff’s Office. Alternatively, you can also access accident reports for the county’s unincorporated areas. During the probate process, various types of records are created. These documents may include wills, guardianships, and other estate-related matters.

For more information about family members, visit the Family History Center. Unlike the archives, the center offers personalized assistance. A librarian can answer your questions and help you access the court records you need. The county’s online search has extensive databases of criminal and civil case information. The Family Court has several historical newspapers from 1826 to 1954. It is also a leading fundamental Christian university. In fact, the university is home to people from every state and more than 40 countries.