|Columbia||SC||29201||Fourth Circuit Librarian||Matthew J. Perry Jr. United States Courthouse 901 Richland Street, Room 200 Columbia SC 29201||http://www.ca4.uscourts.gov||803-765-5618|
|Columbia||SC||29201||South Carolina Bankruptcy Court||J. Bratton Davis United States Courthouse 1100 Laurel Street Columbia SC 29201||http://www.scb.uscourts.gov||803-765-5436|
|Spartanburg||SC||29306||South Carolina Bankruptcy Court||Donald S. Russell Federal Courthouse 201 Magnolia Street, 1st Floor Spartanburg SC 29306||http://www.scb.uscourts.gov||864-591-5315|
|Charleston||SC||29401||South Carolina Bankruptcy Court||King and Queen Street Building 145 King Street, 2nd Floor Charleston SC 29401||http://www.scb.uscourts.gov||843-727-4112|
|Charleston||SC||29401||South Carolina District Court||Hollings Judicial Center 83 Meeting Street Charleston SC 29401||http://www.scd.uscourts.gov||843-579-1401|
|Columbia||SC||29201||South Carolina District Court||Matthew J. Perry Jr. United States Courthouse 901 Richland Street Columbia SC 29201||http://www.scd.uscourts.gov||803-765-5816|
|Florence||SC||29501||South Carolina District Court||John L. McMillan Federal Building and United States Courthouse 401 West Evans Street Florence SC 29501||http://www.scd.uscourts.gov||843-676-3820|
|Greenville||SC||29601||South Carolina District Court||C. F. Haynsworth Federal Building and United States Courthouse 300 East Washington Street Greenville SC 29601||http://www.scd.uscourts.gov||864-241-2700|
|Beaufort||SC||29902||South Carolina Prob/Pretrial Office||United States Courthouse 1501 Bay Street Beaufort SC 29902||http://www.scp.uscourts.gov/||843-524-4593|
|Charleston||SC||29401||South Carolina Prob/Pretrial Office||Hollings Judicial Center 83 Meeting Street, 1st Floor Charleston SC 29401||http://www.scp.uscourts.gov/||843-579-1500|
|Columbia||SC||29201||South Carolina Prob/Pretrial Office||Strom Thurmond Federal Building 1835 Assembly Street, Room 611 Columbia SC 29201||http://www.scp.uscourts.gov/||803-253-3310|
|Florence||SC||29501||South Carolina Prob/Pretrial Office||John L. McMillan Federal Building and United States Courthouse 401 West Evans Street, Room 202 Florence SC 29501||http://www.scp.uscourts.gov/||843-676-3825|
|Greenville||SC||29601-2175||South Carolina Prob/Pretrial Office||301 N. Main Street, Room 1600 Greenville SC 29601-2175||http://www.scp.uscourts.gov/||864-239-6100|
|Spartanburg||SC||29306||South Carolina Prob/Pretrial Office||145 N. Church Street, Room 205 Spartanburg SC 29306||http://www.scp.uscourts.gov/||864-381-6218|
|Charleston||SC||29401||South Carolina Federal Public Defender||King and Queen Street Building 145 King Street, Suite 325 Charleston SC 29401||N/A||843-727-4148|
|Columbia||SC||29201||South Carolina Federal Public Defender||BB&T Bank Building 1901 Assembly Street, Suite 200 Columbia SC 29201||N/A||803-765-5070|
|Florence||SC||29501||South Carolina Federal Public Defender||John L. McMillan Federal Building and United States Courthouse 401 West Evans Street, Suite 105 Florence SC 29501||N/A||843-662-1510|
|Greenville||SC||29601||South Carolina Federal Public Defender||75 Beattie Place, Suite 950 Greenville SC 29601||N/A||864-235-8714|
South Carolina Federal Courts – Locations, Hours, Phone Numbers
South Carolina Federal Courts have jurisdiction over the entire state of North Carolina. The court locations are spread out across the entire state, in cities like Spartanburg, Greenville, Florence, Columbia, Charleston, Beaufort, Anderson, and Arken.
All appeals from this court are presented in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. The only two case exceptions are claims against the nation’s government and any claims for patents. Both of these are the responsibility of the Federal Circuit.
The district court of South Carolina is one of the original 13 courts that were established through the Judiciary Act back in 1789. Back then, the court system was subdivided into the Western District Court of the state of South Carolina and Eastern District Court of the state of South Carolina. However, in 1965, the court was re-organized into one with a total of 4 judgeships. It is the district attorney office’s responsibility to represent the state in criminal and civil cases.
Before you head out to a court location near you for accomplishing any task, make sure that you check their official site online. You may find that the thing that you were about to spend gas money and your time on can be done using only a few key strokes.
The website for the site is fairly simple to navigate. The best thing about it is that they have a long list of forms that you can access. You can even access records or request certain ones that you cannot find. You can even request Court Dockets; however, remember that this is a fee-based service. The site also has links that will refer you to other related legitimate areas, like the state bar admission or the fourth circuit of appeals.
Use the above form to lookup South Carolina Federal Courts Records.