In the event of an appeal, the Municipal Judge shall make a return to the tribunal to which the appeal is taken and the appeal shall be heard by the presiding Judge upon such return. The return of the Municipal Judge shall consist of a written report of the charges preferred, the testimony, the proceedings and the sentence or judgment and, when the testimony has been taken by a stenographer as herein provided, shall embrace the stenographer’s report of the testimony. If the appeal is taken to the Circuit Court, the return shall be filed with the Clerk of that court and the cause shall be docketed for trial in the same manner as is not provided in case of appeals from magistrate’s courts.
(Prior Code, § 12-13)
Statutory reference:
   Appeal, see S.C. Code § 14-25-1010