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If the Court agrees that you have done a good job of attempting service, also known as \u201cdue diligence,\u201d then the Court will sign an \u201cOrder for Service by Publication.\u201d This Order gives you permission to announce the suit in a specific newspaper. This is known as \u201cService by Publication.\u201d
Pursuant to Rule 613 of the South Carolina Appellate Courts Rules (SCACR), the Supreme Court may promulgate an order setting forth permissible methods of electronic service in the trial courts, including by e-mail.
The South Carolina Judicial Branch website says a Brady motion involves the disclosure of evidence by the prosecution and is subject to disclosure when requested by the defendant.
Rule 5 is the language of Criminal Practice Rule 8. Section (a)(3) has been added to establish time limits for disclosure by the State, and Section (f) has been amended to provide for notification when a defendant intends to enter a plea of guilty but mentally ill.
Service of summons may be made by the sheriff, his deputy, or by any other person not less than eighteen (18) years of age, not an attorney in or a party to the action.
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Generally, you have 30 days AFTER the date you are served to file a response with the court. The 30 days include weekend days and court holidays. If the last day falls on a day that the court is closed, you have until the next day that the court is open.
Rule 5 is the language of Criminal Practice Rule 8. Section (a)(3) has been added to establish time limits for disclosure by the State, and Section (f) has been amended to provide for notification when a defendant intends to enter a plea of guilty but mentally ill.
Any person means just that\u2013a relative or a friend is fine. However, many states require that this person be approved by the court.
In South Carolina, a defendant must serve an answer within 30 days of being served with the complaint (S.C. R. Civ. P. 12(a)).
Service of summons may be made by the sheriff, his deputy, or by any other person not less than eighteen (18) years of age, not an attorney in or a party to the action.

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