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What Happens If I Fail to Appear for Jury Duty in South Carolina?
What Happens If I Fail to Appear for Jury Duty in South Carolina?

In the state of South Carolina, you may be summoned for jury duty as often as every two years—as long as you are at least eighteen years old and you are a licensed driver and/or registered voter. Once you receive a jury summons in the mail, you are legally obligated to ...

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