Marlboro County South Carolina Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1420)Marlboro County Courts
Marlboro Circuit Court105 East Main StreetBennettsvilleSC29512843-479-5613
Marlboro County Courts
Marlboro Magistrate Court211 North Marlboro StreetBennettsvilleSC29512843-479-5620
Bennettsville Municipal Court103 East Market StreetBennettsvilleSC29512843-479-1582
Clio Magistrate Court1622 Tatum HighwayClioSC29525843-479-5620
Clio Municipal Court110 Main StreetClioSC29525843-586-2211
McColl Municipal Court210 East Gibson AvenueMcCollSC29570843-523-5223
Marlboro County District Attorney Office
Marlboro County SolicitorPO Box 616BennettsvilleSC29512843-479-6516
Marlboro County DMV
Bennettsville DMV Office337 South Carolina 9BennettsvilleSC29512843-479-0785
Marlboro County Court Records Databases
Marlboro County Accident Reports
Marlboro County Arrest Warrants
Marlboro County Child Support Warrants
Marlboro County Clerk of Court Records
Marlboro County Court Records
Marlboro County Criminal Records
Marlboro County Fourth Judicial Circuit Court Records
Marlboro County Fourth Judicial Circuit Court Records (South Carolina)
Marlboro County Probate Court Records
Marlboro County Probate Court Website
Marlboro County Probate Records
Marlboro County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Marlboro County Court Jury Duty Information
Marlboro County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesSC
Marlboro County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesSC
Marlboro County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysSC
Marlboro County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18SC
Marlboro County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsSC

Court Records in Marlboro County South Carolina

Court Records in Marlboro County, South Carolina are available online for everyone to view. These records may include criminal and civil court records, marriage licenses, probate, traffic and parking tickets, and other documents. These documents can be viewed by anyone, regardless of who they are and what they are doing. It is also possible to view a person’s court calendar and file history. Listed below are the most commonly requested Marlboro County public court records.

Marlboro County has many resources to help you research your ancestors. The Health Department houses birth and death records from 1915 to the present, and the Probate Court office houses marriage licenses since July 1950. You can search for a specific person’s name in a newspaper to find their details. If you are searching for a specific person, you may want to look for court records in Marlboro County South Carolina.

The county has an extensive genealogy section. You can find cemeteries, marriage, and obituaries in the courthouse in Bennettsville. You can also search for property tax records using the map number and the owner’s name. You can also search for a particular person by vehicle license registration information. You can also lookup an individual’s criminal record and judicial history in the county’s courthouse.

The county was named for a mineral spring called Blenheim. The county seat is Bennettsville. The county includes the towns of Blandsville, Tatum, and Clio. The first county seat was in Carlisle, which has a population of 2,109. It is also home to the largest American Indian tribe, the Pee Dee Indian Tribe. There are several resources that you can access to learn more about this history and find out more about its people.

If you want to find out more about an individual, you can go to the county court in Marlboro. These records are free to access and can be found in the SC Superior Court. The South Carolina trial courts have links to their online court records. You can also check out the census information in the county. The U.S. Census Bureau maintains data on the county’s people. There are many other sources of public information available for people in the county.

In addition to birth and marriage records, Marlboro County’s clerk of Probate Court maintains mortgages, mechanics, and federal tax liens. The county’s Clerk of State is responsible for ensuring that the county has all the relevant legal documents and records. In addition, the office handles appeals in the state and has copies of marriage licenses. The 4th Circuit has jurisdiction over Marlboro County, South Carolina.