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Each year, the State Election Commission provides each county with a list of potential jurors. These names are collected form voter registration, drivers license and state identification card information. Jurors are then selected through random computer selection. 175 jurors are drawn for each one week term.
You must serve on jury duty unless:
You may come in to the office and copy anything that is in your file. The fee is 50 cents per page. Keep in mind that unlike Circuit court, where most records are available for public inspection, many family court records are considered confidential and may only be inspected with special permission. Confidential records include:
Credit cards are not accepted, personal checks are accepted unless you have had a check returned in the past. Once you’ve had a check returned, checks will no longer be accepted.
You must pay child support until your case has been terminated by a Judge. You must petition the Court through your attorney or if you do not have an attorney, you may fill out an emancipation form, available in this office or on our website.
Yes. If you do not, a bench warrant could be issued for your arrest.
You can call our automatic answering system at 803-268-1010 to find out. After entering your case number, you can find out when the last payment was made, and whether there is a bench warrant or a rule date.
They must first have a hearing to find out the Judge’s ruling. In some cases the Judge has already given a cash bond amount when the bench warrant was issued. This bond must be paid in cash only at the Clerk of Court’s office and then a discharge will be given.
You must go to whichever office set the bond. If a magistrate set the bond, then you must go to that Magistrate. If a Circuit Court Judge set the bond, then you need to go to the Clerk of Court’s Office to post the bond.
If the Judge ordered a surety bond, an immediate family member may put up their property. It must be free and clear of any liens or mortgages in the amount needed. You must have an Attorney do a title Search for you on the property. If needed forms are available for the Attorney in our office located at:151 Docket StreetOrangeburg SC, 29115If the Judge gave a 10% option, then you may post cash money.