If you are unsatisfied with the outcome of the appeal of your case in the your state's court of last resort or the federal appellate court, your next aim will be to obtain a court order from the Supre(...)
Hart Ranch Resort, located at the foot of the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota, is on the direct route to Mount Rushmore. This resort is a 195-acre property nestled in the 13000-acre working Hart Ranch. It is one of western South Dakota's premier recreational resorts. While Hart Ranch RV Resort is loaded with amenities, including an Olympic-size outdoor swimming pool, hot tubs, children's pool, 4 tennis courts, putt putt golf, basketball & volleyball courts, playgrounds & bike rentals, their greatest amenity is the simple western lifestyle Hart Ranch has represented for over a century. There is a full service restaurant and even delivery service to your campsite. Game rooms, TV and exercise rooms are available in the lodge. Relax in front of a fireplace with a hot cup of coffee and the morning newspaper. But! It may be difficult to do that because eyes wander outside to the awesome views that surround this beautifully manicured RV Resort. The Hart Mart is handy for limited groceries, souvenirs & a gas station. Rental cottages, 24-hour security and an awesome PGA 18-hole golf course & driving range are features offered. Rapid City is just minutes away. Hart Ranch RV Resort is a true destination not to be missed. For more details on this park go to: www.woodalls.com
Q: I would like to file for indecent assault resulting in emotional distress; a man grabbed me at a bar 2 years ago and we have his name and address here in South Dakota. My question is, is it possible to still file after significant time has passed. Thank you.
In what is being called a rare move, the Department of Justice last week threw its support behind two South Dakota tribes and two Native American mothers that have accused state officials of violating the Indian Child Welfare Act by taking custody of their children for 60 days after only a brief hearing.
RAPID CITY - Five state court judges in South Dakota are refusing to comply with a Federal court’s order to instruct court reporters to turn over transcripts from hearings regarding the taking of Native American children.