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Factors such as date of arrest, type of charge(s), and time needed by the assigned prosecutor to properly assess, further investigate, and prepare the case for court will impact the term in which the case is placed on the docket and the adult defendant or juvenile is notified to appear in court.
All persons charged with General Sessions Court or juvenile court offenses can apply at the Public Defender’s office in the Georgetown County Judicial Center at:401 Cleland StreetGeorgetown, SC 29440
Of course, the appointment is based on qualification guidelines. The Presiding Judge may also inquire and appoint attorneys for representation.
Emergencies are reported through the County’s "911" system. All other reports should be made at the municipal or county law enforcement agencies for investigation by that department in order to determine the following: