Clemson Municipal Court

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Situated in the vibrant city of Clemson, South Carolina, the Clemson Municipal Court plays a fundamental role in local law enforcement. Specializing in cases related to city ordinance violations, minor criminal charges, and traffic tickets, this court is integral to upholding Clemson’s municipal laws. It serves as a critical venue for resolving lower-level legal disputes, offering a streamlined approach to justice that mirrors the community’s values. The court, while operating under the broader South Carolina Judicial System, remains focused on addressing issues specific to the Clemson community, ensuring that local standards and regulations are consistently maintained and respected.

Court Judges

Nikki Munn

Teresa Daniel – (Part Time)

Kendra Green – (Clerk of County)

Location and Contact Information

Address: 1250 Tiger Blvd. STE 3, Clemson, SC 29631
Phone:  (864) 653-2045
Fax:  (864) 653-2044
Website: www.clemsoncity.org/Departments/MunicpalCourt/tabid/248/Default.aspx

 

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