Chief Municipal Judge Phillip A. Snow 864.855.7915 (office) 864.855.7920 (fax)

MUNICIPAL COURT

 


CITY OF EASLEY MUNICIPAL COURT
COVID-19 RESPONSE

 Important Notice

Easley Municipal Court is now in full operation.  The Court date on your citation or your bond paperwork is the date you must appear unless you have received a letter of continuance from the Court.
Please compare the date on your citation to the schedule of court dates on our calendar. Failure to appear may result in a bench trial in your absence.

The next scheduled date for Preliminary Hearings is Friday, December 3rd.


Court date assignments will change beginning January, 2022.  Each officer of the Easley Police Department will have one specific court date assigned each month.  You can find that schedule here.

  • Bond hearings which are scheduled daily at 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM will continue as scheduled.
  • Hearings will continue to be held for any person that may be arrested on a previously issued municipal court bench warrant.
  • It is of the utmost importance that you keep the Court updated as to your mailing address.  To ensure that the Court has your correct address, please call the Clerk of Court’s office at (864) 855-7915.  For all cases that are continued to a future date you will be notified by mail.  Failure to maintain a current address with the court may result in your trial proceeding in your absence if we are unable to notify you of your new court date due to an address change.

While our office is now open to the public, we ask that you continue social distancing measures as posted on the premises. We encourage all members of the public to limit physical contact with Court staff as much as possible.  If you need to make a payment, there are options to pay online here: https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/easleysc/court/search 
or you may make a payment in person.  If  you choose to make a payment by mail, it must be in the form of a Certified Check or Money Order made payable to "Easley Municipal Court".  Under no circumstances should you ever send currency through the Postal Service.  Make sure to write your case number on the Money Order or Certified Check.  No personal checks will be accepted and will be returned.