Pendleton Municipal Court

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The Pendleton Municipal Court, located in the town of Pendleton, South Carolina, handles legal matters pertaining to the town’s jurisdiction. This court deals with a variety of cases, including municipal ordinance violations, minor criminal offenses, and traffic citations. It plays a vital role in the Pendleton community, offering a forum for the resolution of local legal disputes in an accessible and efficient manner. The court’s function is integral to enforcing Pendleton’s laws and upholding justice at a town level. Within the framework of the South Carolina Judicial System, Pendleton Municipal Court ensures that its legal proceedings are in accordance with both state and local standards, addressing the specific needs of the Pendleton community.

Court Judge

Amyee Rogers

Location and Contact Information

Address: 310 Greenville St, Pendleton, SC 29670

Phone: 864-646-9409

Website: Pendleton Municipal Court

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