Oconee County Magistrates Court Walhalla

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The Oconee County Magistrates Court in Walhalla, South Carolina, addresses a variety of legal issues, including minor criminal cases, civil disputes, traffic violations, and preliminary hearings for more serious crimes. This court serves as an accessible venue for the resolution of lower-level legal matters, playing a key role in the Walhalla community. It provides a streamlined process for legal proceedings, emphasizing efficient and fair handling of cases. Additionally, the court contributes to maintaining order and upholding the law within the Oconee County region. As part of the South Carolina Judicial System, it aligns its operations with state laws while focusing on the specific legal needs of the Walhalla community and its surroundings.

Court Judge

Judge Blake A. Norton

Location and Contact Information

Address: 208 Booker Drive, Walhalla

Phone: 864-638-4125

Website: oconeesc.com/departments/magistrate-courts

 

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