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South Carolina Court of Appeals

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South Carolina Court of Appeals
Court information
Judges:   9
Founded:   1983
Salary:   $[1]
Judicial selection
Method:   Legislative elections
Term:   6 years

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The South Carolina Court of Appeals is the intermediate appellate court in South Carolina.

The Court of Appeals was established in 1983. It consists of a Chief Judge and eight associate judges who are elected by the General Assembly to staggered terms of six years each.

The Court sits either as three panels of three judges each or as a whole, and it may hear oral arguments and motions in any county of the state.[2]

Current judges

JudgeTermAppointed by
Judge Thomas Huff1996-2012
Judge Paul Short2004-2017
Judge H. Bruce Williams2004-2017
Judge Paula Thomas2007-2013
Judge Aphrodite Konduros2008-2015
Judge John Geathers2008-2013
Judge James Lockemy2008-2016
Chief Judge John C. Few2010-present
Judge Stephanie P. McDonald2014-2020

See also