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16th Circuit Solicitor's Office

Under the leadership of Solicitor Kevin Brackett, the Sixteenth Circuit Solicitor's Office prosecutes criminal offenses in York and Union Counties in South Carolina. Our team of lawyers and support staff prosecutes all General Sessions, some magistrate-level, and juvenile criminal offenses. Intertwined with this work, the office offers assistance to victims of crime and provides pre-trial and diversion programs to help offenders become positive contributors to the community. Please visit our webpage to learn more about the work we do and the criminal justice system in general.
16th Circuit Solicitor's Office
16th Circuit Solicitor's Office7 days ago

Yesterday, Derrick Cook was sentenced to eighteen years for breaking into a York County man’s house in the middle of the night and duct-taping and assaulting him.

Cook was scheduled for trial but pleaded guilty to a range of fifteen years...

16th Circuit Solicitor's Office
16th Circuit Solicitor's Office3 weeks ago

This week, a jury found Travis Lamont Gathers guilty of armed robbery and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. He received a sentence of twenty-five years in prison.

On June 28, 2020, Gathers smashed his way...

16th Circuit Solicitor's Office
16th Circuit Solicitor's Office2 months ago

Deputy Austin Aldridge, Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, was killed in the line of duty on J… Grace Graves needs your support for Austin Derek Aldridge

16th Circuit Solicitor's Office
16th Circuit Solicitor's Office2 months ago

This week the York County Probation and Parole Office awarded the Sixteenth Circuit Solicitor’s Office with the Cherica Adams Community Partnership Award.

On hand was Cherica Adams’s son Chancellor Adams. Despite the evil that claimed his mother’s life and forever altered...

16th Circuit Solicitor's Office
16th Circuit Solicitor's Office
16th Circuit Solicitor's Office3 months ago

Earlier this week, a jury convicted Darrell D. Wilson Jr. of inflicting great bodily injury to child. He received a sentence of eighteen years from Judge Derham Cole.

Wilson violently shook the child, his four-month-old son, when he was left home...

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