Williamsburg County South Carolina Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1431)Williamsburg County Courts
Williamsburg Circuit Court125 West Main StreetKingstreeSC29556843-355-9321
Williamsburg County Courts
Williamsburg Magistrate Court10 Court House SquareKingstreeSC29556843-355-9321
Greeleyville Municipal Court212 South Main StreetGreeleyvilleSC29056843-426-2111
Hemingway Magistrate Court I9974 Pleasant Hill DriveHemingwaySC29554843-558-9711
Hemingway Magistrate Court II206 East Broad StreetHemingwaySC29554843-558-5314
Hemingway Municipal Court110 South Main StreetHemingwaySC29554843-558-2551
Jamestown Municipal Court17 South Carolina 41HemingwaySC29554843-257-2233
Kingstree Magistrate Court209 Co Road S-45-226KingstreeSC29556843-355-9565
Kingstree Municipal Court401 North Longstreet StreetKingstreeSC29556843-355-5453
Lane Municipal CourtSouth Carolina 377LaneSC29564843-387-5151
Williamsburg County DMV
Kingstree DMV Office785 Eastland AvenueKingstreeSC29556843-354-9217
Williamsburg County Court Records Databases
Williamsburg County Accident Reports
Williamsburg County Arrest Warrants
Williamsburg County Child Support Warrants
Williamsburg County Court Records
Williamsburg County Criminal Records
Williamsburg County Probate Court Website
Williamsburg County Third Judicial Circuit Court Records
Williamsburg County Third Judicial Circuit Court Records (South Carolina)
Williamsburg County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Williamsburg County Court Jury Duty Information
Williamsburg County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesSC
Williamsburg County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesSC
Williamsburg County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysSC
Williamsburg County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18SC
Williamsburg County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsSC

Court Records in Williamsburg County South Carolina

You can use a free online court records search to find information about a specific person, property, or case. You can also find the status of a particular lawsuit by selecting the jurisdiction, party, or attorney. If you want to know more about a person, property, or case, you can check the Williamsburg County Courts website. They offer the latest information on the court system and provide links to useful resources.

Court Records in Williamsburg County South Carolina are available online and include birth and death records, GIS mapping, and marriage licenses. Additionally, there are important statistics regarding the area, including statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau. You can also search for vital records, civil cases, and property records. To access these records, you’ll need to pay a fee. For more information, you can also use the search box below to find the name of the person you’re looking for.

To access court records in Williamsburg County, you’ll need to have access to a courthouse in the county. The courthouses are located at the Georgetown County Clerk of Circuit Court. These records date back to 1806 and are available online. You can also access these records at the South Carolina Archives and History Center. You can also purchase books about court records in Williamsburg County, South Carolina. The Family History Library has numerous resources on the topic.

In order to obtain court records, you’ll need to know where to find the records in Williamsburg County. The county has a total of three courthouses located throughout the county. In the city of Williamsburg, there are two courts: the criminal courts and the civil court. The latter deals with legal disputes between citizens, while the former is responsible for prosecuting those accused of breaking the law. This is also the county’s only court.

The county’s Department of Health also has a centralized database for death certificates, which can be accessed by searching by name. In addition to this, Williamsburg County has death records for the past five years. You can also search for marriage and obituary records in Williamsburg County. It’s not just the court records that are available in the county. You can get information on a person’s history by visiting the official websites of the health department.

The County’s web sites provide information on a wide variety of topics, including wills. These records are available for public review at countywide elected offices. They are also useful for establishing age and other details. However, it’s important to note that the state’s web sites are not official and may not contain all the necessary information. These are not official court records in the county, so you’ll have to consult the local office to verify their accuracy.

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