Commission on Prosecution Coordination Documents

The Commission on Prosecution Coordination publishes documents related to its mission of coordinating all activities involving the prosecution of criminal cases in South Carolina.

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    Judicial circuit solicitor domestic violence fatality review committee protocol
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-10-09) South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination
    In 2016, the South Carolina General Assembly enacted 2016 S.C. Act 147 (R151, H4666), requiring each of South Carolina’s 16 Judicial Circuit Solicitors to establish an interagency circuit-wide Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee. The mandate of the Committees is to assist local agencies in identifying and reviewing domestic violence deaths, including homicides and suicides, and to facilitate communication among the various agencies involved in domestic violence cases pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 25 of Title 16 of the South Carolina Code of Laws, and any other relevant provision of law.
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    Solicitor technology funding report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-12-01) South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination
    The 2022 S.C. Appropriations Act allocated $600,000 non-recurring funding to each of the State’s sixteen Circuit Solicitors for the development and implementation of case management systems (CMS) capable of integration. Proviso 60.15 in the 2023 S.C. Appropriation Act, requires that “each Circuit Solicitor shall submit to the Commission on Prosecution Coordination a comprehensive report detailing the capabilities and all associated expenditures for [their circuit’s] Prosecution Case Management System.”
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    Report on diversion programs July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-05-30) South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination
    This document released by the Offices of the Circuit Solicitor reports on the diversion programs available in South Carolina. It provides statistics, on whether the program is located or available in each county, or if the program is available from an external entity. This is published in accordance with S.C. Code of Laws §17-22-1120 for the time period of July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022.
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    Offices of Circuit Solicitor FY 23 driving under the influence (DUI) dispositions July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023 (Pursuant to Proviso 60.9, 2023 SC Appropriations Act, Part 1B)
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-08-29) South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination
    This statistical report, broken down by county and judicial circuit, gives the number of guilty and not guilty outcomes of DUI court cases in South Carolina.
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    FY 23 domestic violence dispositions July 1, 2022-June 30, 2023 (Pursuant to Proviso 60.7, 2022 SC Appropriations Act, Part 1B)
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-08-29) South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination
    This statistical report, broken down by county and judicial circuit, gives the number of guilty and not guilty outcomes of domestic violence court cases in South Carolina.