Spartanburg County South Carolina Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1428)Spartanburg County Courts
Spartanburg Circuit Court180 Magnolia StreetSpartanburgSC29306864-596-2591
Spartanburg County Courts
Spartanburg Magistrate Court111 Builders CourtBoiling SpringsSC29316864-578-2885
Spartanburg Magnolia Magistrate Court180 Magnolia StreetSpartanburgSC29306864-596-3424
Spartanburg Municipal Court145 West Broad StreetSpartanburgSC29306864-596-2038
Campobello Municipal Court208 North Main StreetCampobelloSC29322864-468-4545
Central Pacolet Municipal Court130 Turner StreetPacoletSC29372864-474-9504
Chesnee Magistrate Court201 West Cherokee StreetChesneeSC29323864-461-3402
Chesnee Municipal Court201 West Cherokee StreetChesneeSC29323864-461-2225
Cowpens Municipal Court5332 South Main StreetCowpensSC29330864-463-3201
Duncan Municipal Court50 South 805DuncanSC29334864-439-2664
Greer Magistrate Court II13465 East Wade Hampton BoulevardGreerSC29651864-879-0063
Inman Magistrate Court7 South 338InmanSC29349864-472-4447
Inman Municipal Court20 South Main StreetInmanSC29349864-472-6200
Landrum Magistrate Court104 East Tucker StreetLandrumSC29356864-457-7245
Landrum Municipal Court100 North Shamrock AvenueLandrumSC29356864-457-7281
Lyman Municipal Court81 Groce StreetLymanSC29365864-439-8445
Pacolet Magistrate Court980 Sunny Acres RoadPacoletSC29372864-474-0344
Pacolet Municipal Court180 Montgomery AvenuePacoletSC29372864-474-9504
Reidville Magistrate Court162 Leonard DriveDuncanSC29334864-433-9223
Wellford Municipal Court127 Syphrit RoadWellfordSC29385864-439-4875
Woodruff Magistrate Court110 North Main StreetWoodruffSC29388864-476-2281
Woodruff Municipal Court231 East Hayne StreetWoodruffSC29388864-476-8131
Spartanburg County Department of Justice
Spartanburg South Carolina Department of Justice201 Magnolia StreetSpartanburgSC29306864-583-3118
Spartanburg County District Attorney Office
Spartanburg County Solicitor180 Magnolia StreetSpartanburgSC29306864-596-2575
Spartanburg County Public Defender Office
Spartanburg County Defender258 North Church StreetSpartanburgSC29306864-596-2561
Spartanburg County DMVs
Spartanburg DMV Office8794 Fairforest RoadSpartanburgSC29303864-587-4713
Spartanburg DMV Office1625 Southport RoadSpartanburgSC29306864-594-4940
Greer DMV Office610 Arlington RoadGreerSC29651864-801-9375
Woodruff DMV Office351 South Main StreetWoodruffSC29388864-476-5913
Spartanburg County Court Records Databases
Spartanburg County Accident Reports
Spartanburg County Arrest Warrants
Spartanburg County Child Support Warrants
Spartanburg County Court Records
Spartanburg County Criminal Records
Spartanburg County Probate Court Website
Spartanburg County Probate Records
Spartanburg County Seventh Judicial Circuit Court Records
Spartanburg County Seventh Judicial Circuit Court Records (South Carolina)
Spartanburg County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Spartanburg County Court Jury Duty Information
Spartanburg County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesSC
Spartanburg County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesSC
Spartanburg County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysSC
Spartanburg County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18SC
Spartanburg County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsSC

Court Records of Spartanburg County South Carolina

To access the Court Records of Spartanburg County South Carolina, visit our online library. We have access to information on civil, probate, criminal, and driving records. You can also view public notices of meetings, traffic tickets, marriage licenses, and payroll, among other things. By utilizing our online library, you can search for any court record that may be relevant to your needs. To find Spartanburg County South Carolina public records, visit our website.

The Spartanburg County South Carolina office is a great place to start your search. They have a full listing of court documents that you can browse. They also have contact information for all departments of the County. For more information, visit the county website and search for the court records you are seeking. By visiting the online library, you can obtain all court records in Spartanburg County South Carolina.

The Court Records of Spartanburg County South Carolina are also available online. You can search for arrest warrants and court cases. Moreover, you can search for real estate ownership in Spartanburg County. You can also check the vehicle ownership records and self-help resources. Lastly, you can check the criminal history of a person in the Spartanburg District. Using the search box above, you can find the current location of the person.

The court records of Spartanburg County South Carolina also include homicide, unsolved homicide, and mesne conveyances. Besides, the Spartanburg County Clerk of Courts maintains information on voter registration, obituaries, and building permits. If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact the court. You can also contact the Sheriff’s Office for more information.

If you are looking for court records in Spartanburg County, you should contact the Clerk of State. This is the main court for the county. You can also contact the Board of Education and the State Supreme Court for additional information. The clerk of Spartanburg County is the local government and oversees the schools of the area. However, if you are interested in searching a specific case, you should look for the District of Court’s records.

You can search official public records for any court and city records for Spartanburg County, South Carolina. The Clerk’s Office assists you with finding materials from any of the courthouses of the county. The Clerk of the Courts’ office does not do genealogy research, but they will help you find the necessary documents to conduct your genealogy. These public records are also available for individuals who have lost their lives and need to find out about their family history.

The clerk of the court is responsible for the management of all court records. If a person is charged with a crime, the prosecutor must decide whether to charge them or pursue a trial. They can also be responsible for collecting support payments and other court fees. They may also be involved in the investigation process. The attorney or solicitor of the defendant is the principal party to a criminal case. During a criminal trial, the magistrate issues rules and orders to the defendant.

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