- Judge Kenneth Roper
- Judge Melanie Davis
Clerk of Court
- Becky Shirley
Pay your fine by clicking the link below
or use the Toll Free Number
It is the duty and goal of the Municipal Court to provide our citizens and users of the court, efficient, fair and impartial justice, in order to protect each citizen’s right to due process, under the laws and ordinances of our country, state and city.
If you have received a citation or been arrested by the Liberty Police Department and need information on what to do next, then you’re in the right place. You have been given a court date and time on your citation or arrest paperwork. It is IMPORTANT you show up to your appointed time or you will be tried in your absence.
Municipal Court is normally held at the Police Department on the first consecutive Tuesday and Wednesday of the month.
In most cases, the officer will have given you a fine amount for your charge. In these cases, you can pay your citation beforehand (however, if the officer required you to be in court or you were arrested, you MUST come to your court date).
If you wish to pay your citation before hand, you may come to the Liberty Police Department at 206 W. Front St., Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. OR:
You can mail your fine amount via check or money order (made out to the City of Liberty) to:
P.O. Box 716
Liberty, SC 29657
Court Related Links
- SC.Gov – The Official Website of South Carolina
- South Carolina Administrative and Regulatory Law Association
- University of South Carolina Law Library
- South Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles – The SCDMV is responsible for the issuance and suspension of driving privileges for SC residents.
- South Carolina General Assembly
- South Carolina Judicial Department
- United States Code
- Code of Federal Regulations
- US Supreme Court
- US Supreme Court Rulings
- American Bar Association
- Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice
- American Association of Law Libraries
- Cornell’s Legal Information Institute
- Administrative Law Links
- Law.com, Law Dictionary
- National Association of Administrative Law Judges
- National Center for State Courts