South Carolina Court of Appeals
|South Carolina Court of Appeals|
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.
|Judge Thomas Huff||1996-2012|
|Judge Paul Short||2004-2017|
|Judge H. Bruce Williams||2004-2017|
|Judge Paula Thomas||2007-2013|
|Judge Aphrodite Konduros||2008-2015|
|Judge John Geathers||2008-2013|
|Judge James Lockemy||2008-2016|
|Chief Judge John C. Few||2010-present|
- May vary for chief judge
- Website of the South Carolina Court of Appeals