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Supreme Court Office of Disciplinary Counsel FAQs

Answers to frequently asked questions about misconduct by judges and attorneys.

Supreme Court Office of Disciplinary Counsel - How to File a Complaint

There are no forms or other special requirements to file a complaint, but some things are necessary for both judicial and lawyer complaints. Find out what they are here.

South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure

This topical index will connect you directly to the set of Rules you need.

South Carolina Rules of Evidence

This topical index will connect you directly to the set of Rules you need.

Supreme Court Clerk's Office

The Clerk’s Office is responsible for processing and scheduling matters which are filed with the Supreme Court of South Carolina. This includes appeals, petitions for writs of certiorari in post-conviction relief cases, petitions for writs of certiorari to review decisions of the South Carolina Court of Appeals, petitions or actions brought in the original jurisdiction, certified questions, motions, judicial disciplinary matters, and lawyer disciplinary matters to include reinstatements.

Supreme Court Justices

Names and links to information about each of the justices on the South Carolina Supreme Court.

Supreme Court Library

The Supreme Court Library has over 40,000 volumes of law related materials. It is the second largest public legal research collection in the state after the USC Law Library. We have a strong collection of South Carolina materials including opinions of the South Carolina Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, S.C. Code of Laws, S.C. Acts & Joint Resolutions, and several S.C. Bar publications. The collection includes regional and federal reporters, form books, treatises and law journals. Our collection also includes all briefs and records of cases heard before the S.C. Supreme Court from 1918 to the present. We have the briefs and records of cases heard before the S.C. Court of Appeals from 1983 to the present. The Library primarily serves the Supreme Court and other members of the state judiciary and state/federal government agencies. We are open to the general public.

Supreme Court Office of Disciplinary Counsel FAQs

Answers to frequently asked questions about misconduct by judges and attorneys.

Supreme Court Office of Disciplinary Counsel - How to File a Complaint

There are no forms or other special requirements to file a complaint, but some things are necessary for both judicial and lawyer complaints. Find out what they are here.

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