Lyman, South Carolina


Judge and Candy Courtoom 2
JUDGE JOHN M. ROLLINS, JR.
864.485.0206 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Individuals attending the Lyman Municipal Court will be required to wear a face-covering or mask and have their temperature taken before entry.  Entry is limited to ensure social distancing guidelines, and therefore you may have to wait outside for a period of time before entering the building.

Tickets can be paid prior to court in the office, by money order, online at www.lymanpmnts.com (Citations), or by phone at 1-877-794-1145.  All credit or debit card transactions will incur a convenience fee.  If you have any questions regarding your ticket or payment, please contact the Clerk of Court at 864-485-0206 or email at cbrock@lymansc.gov


The Lyman Municipal Court serves as the judicial arm of the Town of Lyman.  The Court is authorized to hear both criminal and traffic offenses that have occurred within the Town limits and which carry a penalty of not more than 30 days in jail and/or a $500.00 fine (plus all state-mandated assessments and surcharges) unless otherwise directed by state law.

Business Hours are from 8:30 am-5:00 pm Monday-Thursday
8:30 am - 4:00 pm on Friday

*Bench Trials are held on Friday mornings at 8:30 am twice each month.
 *Jury Trials are held twice per year, March and August.

We accept cash, money orders, certified checks, and credit cards for in-office payments.  In-office credit card and debit card payments have a convenience fee of 3.5 %. 

Click HERE to make a payment online (Citations).  Please be aware that all online payments have a 7% convenience fee.  

The Town of Lyman has the right, pursuant to the South Carolina Setoff Debt Collection Act, to collect any sum due and owed by the debtor through offset of the debtor’s state income tax refund.  If the Town of Lyman chooses to pursue debts owed by the debtor through the Setoff Debt Collection Act, the debtor will be responsible for all fees and costs incurred through the setoff process, including fees charged by the Department of Revenue, the Municipal Association of South Carolina, and/or the Town of Lyman.  If the Town of Lyman chooses to pursue debts in a manner other than setoff, the debtor will be responsible for costs and fees associated with the selected manner as well.