Cayce Municipal Court
Welcome to Cayce Municipal Court. The court is part of the integrated judicial system for South Carolina and serves as the judicial branch in the government of the City of Cayce. We are committed to administering justice in a fair, efficient and professional manner and to ensuring that the rights of all persons are observed. With a focus on protecting those rights and privileges and liberties guaranteed by the Constitutions of the United State of America and of the State of South Carolina, Cayce 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 Cayce Municipal Court is located at 1800 12th Street. The Honorable Shannon F. Bobertz and The Honorable Bryan S. Jeffries serve as Co-Chief Judges. As Clerk of Court, Erin Nanney is responsible for administering the daily operations of the Cayce Municipal Court. Rachel Stuckey serves as the Assistant Clerk of Court.
Cayce Municipal Court schedules and adjudicates criminal, traffic and city ordinance violations that occur within the City of Cayce. As a court of limited jurisdiction, the Court hears misdemeanor criminal cases and those cases that are subject to a fine of up to $500.00 (not including mandatory assessments and fees) and/or that are subject to a sentence not exceeding imprisonment of 30 days. Cayce Municipal court may also hear cases that are remanded back from Richland or Lexington County General Sessions Courts if the associated fines and sentences do not exceed $5,500.00 or one year of imprisonment.
Counties covered in City Limits: Lexington and Richland
The Municipal Court Division provides:
- Case docketing
- Case management
- Alternative sentence monitoring
- Court fines collection
- Court fine and case load reporting
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.
Cayce Municipal Court conducts bench trials every Thursday at 2:30 p.m..
Dockets are updated weekly.