Tracing cell phone pings helped South Dakota law enforcement find the victim in Sunday’s abduction that started in Brookings and ended in Sioux Falls. Cell phone data is an important tool of technology in finding people who are in danger. Continue reading “The importance of ‘pings’ to South Dakota law enforcement”
Private schools in South Dakota will not be required to administer medical cannabis, after a legislative committee approved a revised package of rules around K-12 schools use proposed by the state’s leading education agency.
Medical marijuana now legal in South Dakota, but the only people currently issuing cards are the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe. Continue reading “SD medical marijuana: Will your doctor sign off?”
From sports gambling to booze licenses, here’s a look at some of South Dakota’s new laws. More than 200 bills were passed by South Dakota lawmakers this winter, most of which take effect as law Thursday. Continue reading “Here’s a look at some of South Dakota’s new laws”
New laws ranging from a new fee on elective vehicles to longer permits for feedlots passed the legislature take effect this week as do added restrictions to teen driving rules, which were passed a year ago but saw delayed implementation.
Recreational marijuana is illegal in the state of South Dakota. Full stop. According to Neil Fulton, Dean of the University of South Dakota Knutson School of Law, Continue reading “As the day nears, here’s what you need to know about marijuana in SD”
Thursday, Governor Kristi Noem, along with the South Dakota Department of Health and the South Dakota Department of Education, launched medcannabis.sd.gov, Continue reading “SD launches medical marijuana website”
When discussing civil lawsuits over adultery, the legal claim known as Criminal Conversation is generally lumped together with another legal claim called Alienation of Affection. Continue reading “Difference Between Alienation of Affection & Criminal Conversation”
In a meeting on Wednesday, June 2, with the Legislature’s executive board, directors and attorneys from the health and revenue departments poured cool water on constituents’ hopes that medical marijuana will available carte blanche when it becomes legal next month. Continue reading “SD lawmakers, constituents try to work out timeline for medical marijuana”
Teen drivers in South Dakota, already among the youngest in America, will have to do more behind the wheel before they get their restricted driver’s permits. Continue reading “Changes in SD law aims to improve teen drivers”