Liberty Municipal Court

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The Liberty Municipal Court in South Carolina plays a crucial role in the administration of justice within the town of Liberty. It focuses on cases related to local ordinance violations, minor criminal offenses, and traffic incidents. This court provides a key setting for resolving legal issues that directly affect the Liberty community, emphasizing efficient and fair handling of smaller legal matters.

Liberty Municipal Court

Operating under the umbrella of the South Carolina Judicial System, the court ensures that local proceedings align with state laws while catering to the specific needs and standards of the Liberty community.

Clerk of Court

Becky Shirley

Location and Contact Information

Address: 147b Kay Holcombe Rd., Liberty SC 29657

Phone: 864-843-3956

Website: www.libertysc.com/departments/municipal-court/

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