The Dillon Municipal Court department consists of four employees. Our Municipal Judges are, The Honorable Dolphus Carter and the Honorable James F. Rogers.
Court Clerk: Angela C. Freitas
The court is authorized to hear all cases arising under state laws and Municipal Ordinances, which occur within the city limits. The primary duty for the Municipal Court is to provide equal justice to all of Dillon's citizens. The Municipal Court has no civil jurisdiction.
The Municipal Judges conduct Bond Hearings, prepare and sign Arrest Warrants, Search Warrants, and Bench Warrants twice a day at 8:00am and again at 4:00pm, seven days a week. Court Sessions are held every Wednesday beginning promptly at 9:00am. Jury Trials and Preliminary Hearings are held throughout the year as scheduled.
Office hours are from 8:00am until 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. Office personnel are here to assist you with any questions pertaining to Court Hearings, Jury Duty, Traffic Tickets, and Arrest Warrants.
You can also pay your fine online:
If you do not wish to appear in Court, you may post the Bond amount of your violation with the Court on or before your Court date. Please feel free to call the Court if you have any questions concerning your violation.
You may pay in person at the Municipal Court in the Dillon City/County Complex building. Personal Checks are not accepted for payment. Cash, Certified Check, or Money Orders only are accepted for payment. You may also prefer to mail in your payment. Payments by mail are to have exact fine amounts and be made payable to Dillon Municipal Court. Please be sure to include ticket numbers and a current address. A receipt will be mailed back to you.