The G. Ross Anderson Jr. Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse, located in Anderson, South Carolina, is a significant federal judicial facility. This courthouse is a hub for federal legal proceedings in the region, handling cases under federal jurisdiction including civil, criminal, and bankruptcy matters. It provides a venue for trials, hearings, and other legal processes governed by federal law. The building also houses various federal offices, contributing to its role as a center for federal administrative and judicial activities. The courthouse is named in honor of G. Ross Anderson Jr., a respected figure in the legal community, reflecting its importance in the federal judicial system. It serves not only as a place for legal adjudication but also stands as a symbol of federal law and justice, playing an essential role in the judicial landscape of South Carolina.
The Honorable Timothy M. Cain
Location and Contact Information
Address: 315 South McDuffie Street, Anderson, SC 29624