McCormick County South Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1421)McCormick County Courts
McCormick Circuit Court133 South Mine StreetMcCormickSC29835864-852-2195
McCormick County Courts
McCormick Magistrate Court211 East Augusta StreetMcCormickSC29835864-852-2316
McCormick Municipal Court117 East Augusta StreetMcCormickSC29835864-852-2225
McCormick County District Attorney Office
Mccormick County Solicitor133 South Main StreetMcCormickSC29835864-852-2195
McCormick County Public Defender Office
Tri County Public Defender133 South Mine StreetMcCormickSC29835864-852-9555
McCormick County DMV
MC Cormick DMV Office504 Airport RoadMcCormickSC29835864-465-3229
McCormick County Court Records Databases
McCormick County Accident Reports
McCormick County Arrest Warrants
McCormick County Child Support Warrants
McCormick County Court Records
McCormick County Criminal Records
McCormick County Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court Records
McCormick County Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court Records (South Carolina)
McCormick County Probate Court Website
McCormick County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
McCormick County Court Jury Duty Information
McCormick County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesSC
McCormick County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesSC
McCormick County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysSC
McCormick County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18SC
McCormick County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsSC

Court Records in McCormick County South Carolina

The courts of McCormick County South Carolina produce public court records for the county. These files include information about people’s legal history, transcripts, and other documents. You can use these records to determine who is responsible for a crime or case. To get a copy of the McCormick County court records, you can visit the court’s website and follow the instructions provided. You can also use the information to appeal a decision.

To access the public court records of McCormick County, you can use the public records section. This page contains links to the local and state courthouses in the county. These pages also contain links to legal research and self-help resources. By clicking on the hyperlinks, you’ll be redirected to the official website of the county court. You can also access these public records by name by using the state’s online database.

For more information, you can visit the website of the McCormick County Public Health Department. The public health department maintains these records. Certified copies of these records are available. Those of you who need to see a marriage certificate can contact the county clerk. The McCormick County Council meets on a monthly basis and you can sign up for email alerts to find out if a potential partner is registered in the county. You can also check the water quality reports for the area, as well as search for deceased family members.

The courthouses in McCormick County South Carolina are located in several courthouses across the county. The courthouses in the county are located in downtown McCormick. These records are available online. By browsing the website, you can search for the records you need. There are also a variety of public documents pertaining to the county. These records may include divorce papers, death certificates, and other legal documents.

The town of McCormick County is located in the state of South Carolina. It is a small, rural county with a population of 10,233. It is the second-smallest county in the state of South Carolina and borders the cities of Elbert and Columbia. The largest city in the county is McCormick. While it is not the capital, it has a history of being the home of a number of notable people.

The county’s courthouses were historically important. There are many places to find court records in McCormick County. The area of Bethany is the oldest in the state. The town’s first school, built by Billy Dorn, was built in 1856. The town of Bethany also developed a Female academy and a male academy. The former school was located on the grounds of Bethany Baptist Church. Both schools rose in prominence during the antebellum era and were still in use in the early 1950s.