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United States Courts
The official web site of the Federal Judiciary. Users will find general information on federal courts, with links to individual court sites provided.
The Supreme Court of the United States
This Website is maintained by the Supreme Court of the United States to provide Court information to the bar, the public, and the news media. This Website is an official United States Government System.
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
The official web site for the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
United States Bankruptcy Court of South Carolina
This site is maintained by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Carolina. Users will find references to Local Rules, case images, opinions and general court information.
South Carolina Supreme Court
The official web site of state of South Carolina Supreme Court.
South Carolina Bar
The South Carolina Bar website is provided as a membership benefit to all Bar members in South Carolina, and as a resource to serve and inform the public.
Federal Bar Association (SC Chapter)
The Federal Bar Association is the professional organization for private and government lawyers and judges involved in federal practice.
National Archives and Records Administration
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) maintains closed files and/or documents not available electronically.
PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) is a web based case information retrieval system designed by the United States Courts.
Central Violations Bureau (CVB)
The CVB website is a central location for the public to pay fines for petty offenses and misdemeanors committed on federal property, and to learn more about the CVB’s administration of violation notices (tickets).