Motions Docket Information
The General Session Motion Docket in Spartanburg County is created by the Clerk of Court’s Office. You will find the details for our motions docket listed below. Please pay special attention to the rules created by our Chief Administration Judge for General Session.
If you would like to file a motion in general sessions, you have three options:
- You may file by email at this address: Motions, General GSMotions@spartanburgcounty.org; please copy Alaina Freeman at email@example.com.
- You may drop your motion in our drop-box located on Magnolia Street, directly in front of the building. Please make sure your motion is in an envelope clearly marked “GENERAL SESSIONS MOTIONS”
- You may bring your motion into our office for filing. Please note that temperature checks and proper use of face masks will be required prior to entry.
Please note that information on WebEx Hearings can be found under the “WebEx Hearing Information” link located at the menu to the left.
Chief Administrative Judge Kelly’s rules regarding the Motions Docket:
- The deadline for filing and serving the motion is five o’clock pm on the Thursday preceding the next term of court when motions will be heard.
- The Clerk will prepare an unpublished docket no later than three o’clock pm on the Friday preceding the next term of court when motions will be heard and disseminate it to the parties who have pending motions thereon.
- Please check the docket Friday afternoons and provide any changes or updates to Alaina Freeman by 12:00 p.m., Monday.
- The Clerk will publish the motions docket no later than three o’clock pm on Monday or the first day of the next term of court when motions will be heard and disseminate it to the parties who have pending motions thereon.
- If this motion is withdrawn by a party, the motion must be re-filed and re-served to be heard at a later date. This will prevent motions from being stale.
- If a motion is continued by the Court at the request of a party, both parties must agree to the term of court at which the motion will be heard and advise the Clerk immediately. Otherwise, the motion will be deemed withdrawn by the Court.
- If a motion is not reached by the Court, it will be continued to the next motion docket and take priority over any and all new motions.
- Once the motions docket is published, it may not be changed without leave of the Chief Administrative Judge or the judge presiding over the motions docket.
If you have any questions in regard to the motions docket, please contact Alaina Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, if you have further questions or concerns, you may contact the clerk directly at email@example.com.