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Daniel E. Shearouse

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South-Carolina-Supreme-Court

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SC MILITARY DEPARTMENT JOINT SERVICES DETACHMENT - EVENTS

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Colonel Daniel Shearouse (left), Clerk of the South Carolina Supreme Court and former commander of the 12th LSO, presented the award to BG Powell.


Frequently Asked Questions

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Petitions can be sent to Dan Shearouse, Clerk of the S.C. Supreme Court, P.O. Box 11330, Columbia, SC 29211.


SC MILITARY DEPARTMENT JOINT SERVICES DETACHMENT - EVENTS

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Colonel Daniel Shearouse (left), Clerk of the South Carolina Supreme Court and former commander of the 12th LSO, presented the award to BG Powell.


www.postandcourier.com

Dan Shearouse, clerk for the Supreme Court, said that most cases are not assigned to a single judge from the beginning because the states constitution requires a rotation of trial judges.
But there are exceptions. When a matter is complex or is otherwise in need of management from beginning to end by one judge, the chief justice routinely issues an administrative order making such an assignment, Shearouse said. This practice was followed here.


www.scbar.org

Dan Shearouse (S.C. Supreme Court) testified in support of this rule.
Rules 11, 77, and 41.2 of the S.C. Rules of Civil Procedure.


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