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13th Judicial Circuit Court
305 E. North St.
Monday - Friday 8:30AM - 5:00PM
Hon. Perry H. Gravely
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Paul B. Wickensimer
When reporting for jury duty, you must park at the Church Street Parking Garage located at the corner of Elford and Church Street, next to the Bi-Lo Center. You may enter the garage from Church Street. Please do not park at Liberty Square, or the Commons Parking Garage. Vouchers will not be honored at these facilities. As you enter the parking garage, you will get your ticket from the dispenser. This voucher will allow you to exit the garage without paying a fee. Do not park at spaces marked "RESERVED" in the garage.
The county courthouse is located on the northwest corner of Church and East North Street. There will be a sign on your left, and the building takes up the entire block. Please do not park behind the courthouse as the parking is strictly enforced and is limited to 2 hours for courthouse business only. After entering the building, you will pass through security, and be directed to the jury assembly room, which is located on the ground floor.
Tank tops, shorts, hats or "flip-flop" sandals would be inappropriate. You may bring your cell phone, but when you enter into the Jury Assembly area, please have your devices in the off position. Please do not bring into the courthouse any mace, pepper gas, guns, knives or other weapons. Even pocket knives and personal canisters of mace are prohibited, so please leave these in your car.
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The Circuit Court is the state's court of general jurisdiction. It has a civil court, the Court of Common Pleas, and a criminal court, the Court of General Sessions. In addition to its general trial jurisdiction, the Circuit Court has limited appellate jurisdiction over appeals from the Probate Court, Magistrate's Court, and Municipal Court.The State is divided into sixteen judicial circuits. Each circuit has at least one resident circuit judge who maintains an office in the judge's home county within the circuit. There are forty-nine circuit judges who serve the sixteen circuits on a rotating basis, with court terms and assignments determined by the Chief Justice based upon recommendations of Court Administration. Circuit court judges are elected by the General Assembly to staggered terms of six years.13th Judicial Circuit Court consists of Greenville and Pickens counties.
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