What May Go in the Record on Appeal?

The last post covered the mechanics of preparing the Record on Appeal. This one explains what may and may not go in the Record and why it matters.

Submission to Trial Court

In general, the Record on Appeal is supposed to contain the orders, judgments, decrees, decisions, pleadings, transcript, charges, exhibits, and other materials that any party designated be included in the Record. Rule 210(c), SCACR. But this broad provision is expressly limited:

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