119 WEST BERRY RD.
WEST COLUMBIA, SC 29172
Call the Clerk of Court
After the GREETING dial 103
Ask About a Ticket or a Fine
Ask About Getting a Car From the Impound Yard
Ask Any Other Questions About the Court
South Congaree Municipal Court conducts bench trials twice a month on
Wednesdays, at 8:30 a.m. Court is held at:
119 West Berry Road, West Columbia, SC 29172
Welcome to the South Congaree COURT PAGE. The court is part of the integrated judicial system for South Carolina and serves as the judicial branch in the government of the Town of South Congaree. We are committed to administering justice in a fair, efficient and professional manner and to ensure that the rights of all persons are observed. With a focus on protecting those rights, privileges and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States of America and of the State of South Carolina, South Congaree Municipal Court will consistently and impartially interpret, apply and abide by applicable laws. We seek to continually enhance our court operations to promote confidence in our court.
Municipal Court Information:
The South Congaree Municipal Court is located at 119 West Berry Road, West Columbia, SC 29172. The Honorable Kenneth W. Ebener serves as the Chief Judge and in a supervisory capacity over court staff. As Clerk of Court, Dina Lusk is responsible for administering the daily operations of the South Congaree Municipal Court.
South Congaree Municipal Court schedules and adjudicates criminal, traffic and town ordinance violations that occur within the South Congaree Town limits. As a court of limited jurisdiction, the Court hears traffic and misdemeanor criminal cases.
The Municipal Court Division provides:
Administrative support to the judicial arm of the court
Alternative sentence monitoring
Court fines collection
Court fine and case load reporting
Payment Arrangement Management
Collection and Organization Records
Tow Lot Management
Municipal Court judges and staff ensure citizens and users of the court receive efficient, fair and impartial justice, regardless of individual circumstances and background, in order to protect each citizen’s right to due process under the laws of our country and state.
If you have any question or concerns please contact our office at 803-755-2760 ext. 103 for the Clerk of Court.