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'MCAA 101' Recognizes 13 Graduates


The most recent “MCAA 101” session, which is named for the Municipal Court Administration Association of SC, recognized 13 new graduates of the program. “MCAA 101” is designed to provide municipal court administrators, clerks of court and other court staff with the skills critical to running and administering the duties of a municipal court. 

The courses are designed to provide the staff of municipal courts with the skills critical to their profession. It comes in the form of three sessions all taking place in Columbia throughout the year, with no requirement to attend all three. Session A covers charges, bonds and court basics; Session B covers dispositions, records retention, alternative sentence and reporting; and Session C covers court financials. 

Featured in the top row are Katherine Jackson, City of Columbia; Brenda Armstrong, City of Charleston; Talisha McCall, City of Bennettsville; Kirsten Pressley, instructor; Tammy McCathern, Town of Swansea; Nyia Adams, Town of Salley; and Bobbi Hughes, Town of Andrews. 

Appearing the bottom row are Wilette Mazyck, City of Charleston; Pam Larson, instructor; Desiree Hill, City of Greenville; Rudi Summers, City of Greenville; and Brittney Jacumin, Town of Mount Pleasant.

Not pictured are Justin Wise, City of Cayce; and Arlene Eargle, Town of St. George. 

Learn more information about MCAA 101