Richland County South Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1426)Richland County Courts
Richland Circuit Court1701 Main StreetColumbiaSC29201803-576-1950
Richland County Courts
Richland Magistrate Court1400 Huger StreetColumbiaSC29201803-576-2300
Richland St Magistrate Court1515 Richland StreetColumbiaSC29201803-576-2510
Arcadia Lakes Municipal Court6605 Arcadia Woods RoadColumbiaSC29206803-782-2807
Columbia Municipal Court811 Washington StreetColumbiaSC29201803-545-3150
Dentsville Magistrate Court2500 Decker BoulevardColumbiaSC29206803-576-2560
Dutch Fork Magistrate Court1019 Beatty RoadColumbiaSC29210803-576-2540
Eastover Magistrate Court501 Main StreetEastoverSC29044803-576-2580
Eastover Municipal Court501 Main StreetColumbiaSC29201803-576-2580
Forest Acres Municipal Court5205 North Trenholm RoadColumbiaSC29206803-738-9206
Hopkins Magistrate Court6108 Cabin Creek RoadHopkinsSC29061803-576-2530
Lykesland Magistrate Court1403 Caroline RoadColumbiaSC29209803-576-2500
Upper Township Magistrate Court4919 Rhett StreetColumbiaSC29203803-576-2570
Waverly Magistrate Court2712 Middleburg DriveColumbiaSC29204803-576-2590
Richland County Attorney General
South Carolina Attorney General1000 Assembly StreetColumbiaSC29201803-734-3970
Richland County Departments of Justice
Columbia South Carolina Department of Justice3208 Broad River RoadColumbiaSC29210803-896-9502
Columbia South Carolina Department of Justice4900 Broad River RoadColumbiaSC29212803-896-9749
Columbia South Carolina Department of Justice1529 Hampton StreetColumbiaSC29201803-254-3011
Columbia South Carolina Department of Justice1701 Main StreetColumbiaSC29201803-253-4050
Columbia South Carolina Department of Justice4650 Broad River RoadColumbiaSC29210803-896-9455
Columbia South Carolina Department of Justice120 Youth Services DriveColumbiaSC29212803-896-7536
Columbia South Carolina Department of Justice901 Richland StreetColumbiaSC29201803-765-5821
Richland County District Attorney Office
Richland County Solicitor1701 Main StreetColumbiaSC29201803-576-1800
Richland County DMVs
Blythewood DMV Office10311 Wilson BoulevardBlythewoodSC29016803-896-9983
Columbia DMV Office228 Oneil CourtColumbiaSC29223803-419-9403
Columbia DMV Office1630 Shop RoadColumbiaSC29201803-737-8350
Irmo DMV Office1016 State Road S-40-2805IrmoSC29063803-749-9041
Richland County Court Records Databases
City of Columbia Municipal Court Website
Richland County Accident Reports
Richland County Arrest Warrants
Richland County Child Support Warrants
Richland County Court Records
Richland County Criminal Records
Richland County Probate Records
Richland County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
USC Parking Services Parking Tickets
Richland County Court Jury Duty Information
Richland County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesSC
Richland County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesSC
Richland County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysSC
Richland County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18SC
Richland County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsSC

Court Records in Richland County South Carolina

If you need to find court records for a person in Richland County, South Carolina, you can find them on the website of the Richland County Clerk of Courts. This office is divided into three different sections: Circuit Court, Family Court, and Probate Court. You can also get a copy of traffic tickets and pay them online. There are free resources for the public at each of these sites, and you can get a copy of any documents for free once you sign up.

Criminal records within Richland County are the bonds and indictments. The criminal court will also have records of warrants and appeals. The clerk of court will accept money orders and cashier’s checks as forms of payment. If you’re filing an expungement order, make sure to provide the correct form of payment. Only then will they file your expungement order. You’ll receive a receipt for your request by mail and a copy of the court documents.

You can find copies of divorce and adoption records through the Clerk of Circuit Court. You can also check out the Health Department to find birth and death records. The Clerk of Circuit Court will have records of all of these. You can also get copies of the Court of Probate, Family, and Magistrate courts. In addition to these, the clerk of court will have all of the criminal and civil cases of Richland County.

The Court of Richland County South Carolina is divided into two districts. The Municipal and Magistrate Courts hear criminal and civil cases. You can also get a copy of any documents related to the criminal and civil courts in the county. You can find out more about your family’s past at the Family History Library and the South Caroline Archives and History Center. You can also get the records of people from Richland County from the court of Kershaw.

The Richland County Board of Education is the formal court of record for Richland County. You can access these records for free by entering the name and address of the person. The Clerk of Probate will also have the records of marriage and divorce. Those who have been married in Richland County are welcome to use the website. There are no fees for searching for court records in the county, but you can find the documents you need for free.

The courthouse in Richland County (S.C.) has two main offices: the Clerk of Court and the Register of Deeds. The Clerk of the Court does not do genealogy research, but the Register of Deeds does. The Sheriff also keeps land records. These documents may be helpful for tracing ancestors in Richland County. These records are important to anyone looking to find their family’s history.