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Courts of general jurisdiction have the power to hear claims as long as there is a controversy among parties with diverse interests and conflicting claims. There are additional requirements placed on the controversy depending on what type of court the claim is filed in. Not all claims can be filed in all courts. Each court has certain defined jurisdiction and categories of disputes may be excluded because of the amount at stake. For instance, in federal courts, if jurisdiction is based on diversity of citizenship, the amount in controversy must exceed $75,000.




Courts in South Carolina

South Carolina State falls under the 4th Circuit. The website for the appeals court for this circuit is www.ca4.uscourts.gov. South Carolina State has the following courts -
South Carolina Bankruptcy Court http://www.scb.uscourts.gov/
South Carolina District Court http://www.scd.uscourts.gov/



Suggested Lawyers for Oak Grove
McWhirter Bellinger
McWhirter Bellinger is a personal injury law firm serving all of South Carolina. Free consultation.
www.mcwhirterlaw.com

SC Attorneys Helping Injured People

SC Attorneys who provide representation to victims of trucking accidents, nursing home neglect and abuse, medical malpractice and other serious personal injury.
www.mcgowanhood.com


South Carolina Legal Referral Services
  • South Carolina Bar LRS Columbia, SC (800)868-2284 (803)799-7100 Statewide










  • Demographic Information
    City/Town: Oak Grove
    State: South Carolina
    Country: USA
    Population: 8,183



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    Legal Facts
  • Murder defendants (34%) were the most likely to have their case adjudicated by trial. Seventy-eight percent of all trials resulted in a guilty verdict in 2000.

  • Of the defendants who had State felony charges filed against them in the Nation's 75 most populous counties during May 2000, About a third of released defendants were either rearrested for a new offense, failed to appear in court as scheduled, or committed some other violation that resulted in the revocation of their pretrial release.




  • Choosing a Lawyer
  • What you should ask in a fixed fee case:
    A fixed fee is also called a standard fee and is usually chargeable by lawyers in routine cases. An example would be a simple private company formation for which a lawyer may charge all clients $2000. As the same suggests, a fixed fee should be 'fixed', however this should be clarified with the lawyer. There should be clarity about additional charges if any that are not included in the fixed fee.

  • How you can help your lawyer and reduce your costs:
    Your lawyer is going to charge you by the hour. If you can help him with facts and documents, it could save valuable time. You must gather together all available information pertaining to your case that you think the lawyer will require. This could include addresses, telephone numbers, letters, wills etc. You must also ask your lawyer how you can be of further assistance in supplying further information pertaining to your case.



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