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Lexington County Juvenile Court

Children arrested and prosecuted as juvenile offenders in Lexington County, South Carolina, are referred to the Lexington County Family Court. Hearings are held on the 2nd floor of the Courthouse. The Court's address is 205 East Main Street, Lexington, South Carolina 29072. Juvenile cases in Lexington are prosecuted by the 11 th Circuit Solicitor's Office.

This Court determines under what conditions juvenile defendants may be or remain released pending trial, hears all motions and pleas related to juvenile cases and conducts contested trials. The Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, is located conveniently to the Family Court. We are able to provide representation at all levels of the case. This includes Bond Court, Detention Hearings, DJJ Interviews, Police Investigations and actual Court Appearances.

To contact our office regarding your child's case, please call our office directly at (888) 301-6004.

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