The SCCID is deeply committed to the ongoing quest of fostering and maintaining the highest principles of ethical conduct and professionalism among our members. In the past ten years, the adoption of guidelines and regulations has been one of the most notable developments in the delivery of indigent defense services. Guidelines and regulations pertaining to attorney eligibility, caseloads, conflict of interest, indigency screening, attorney performance and administration of indigent defense systems have been adopted by state and local legislation; state supreme court rule; national, state and local public defender organizations, indigent defense commissions and other entities.
Affidavit of Indigency and Application for Counsel (Domestic Relations) - PDF Format, 22KB
Affidavit of Indigency and Application for Counsel (General Sessions) - PDF Format, 22KB
Affidavit of Indigency and Application for Counsel (Juvenile Delinquency) - PDF Format, 22KB
Affidavit of Indigency and Application for Counsel (Appellate) - PDF Format, 15KB
Investigator Application - PDF Format, 9KB
Investigator Policies - Capital and Non-Capital - PDF Format, 11KB
Uniform Electronic Transactions Act - PDF Format, 46KB
SCCID Voucher Payment Policy as Revised 4-25-2013 - PDF Format, 43KB
2011-2012 Bill H.4813 Budget Provisos - PDF Format, 526KB
SCCID Certification of Nomination of Circuit Public Defender - PDF Format, 11KB
Proviso 117.81 Fines and Fees Report - PDF Format, 10KB
2012 Mileage Rate - PDF Format, 71KB
Practice Resources and Guides:
The following helpful practice guides have been published by The Children’s Law Office of the USC School of Law. They can also be found on the Children’s Law Office website at http://childlaw.sc.edu.
SC Supreme Court Rules, Orders, Memos, Forms (See also SC Courts):