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my.datasphere.com I am a trial lawyer with twenty-three years' experience. My experience includes the following, handled either alone, or with co-counsel, co-defendant's counsel, or a partner: •Largest securities verdict in SD history •Longest environmental litigation in SD history, effectively stopping the importation of millions of tons of out-of-state garbage into South Dakota •Largest sexual harassment verdict in SD history •Tried two of the longest voting rights trials in US history, and a total of nine voting rights cases in South Dakota federal court with ACLU Voting Rights Project •Tried and won murder case •Tried and won rape case •Tried and won child sexual contact case •Represented before the South Dakota State Senate the only Senator ever to be tried by the Senate •Tried death penalty case, lost, client on death row •Successfully litigated multiple defendant, million-dollar United States Federal Income Tax fraud and evasion case •Tried and won major fire case •Argued before South Dakota Supreme Court •Argued before Eighth Circuit •Tried longest criminal trial in South Dakota history •Litigated ownership of world's largest tyrannosaurus rex •Tried DWI cases •Tried trademark case •Tried and successfully appealed ballot access cases in South Dakota state court •Appeared in Pine Ridge, Rosebud and Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal courts, and Oglala Sioux Tribe Appellate Court •Successfully represented only Strategic Air Command officer ever charged with both spousal ...
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.
RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – Attorneys for several Native American tribes and families that are suing South Dakota say they need to see records of a circuit court judge’s conversations to show how he ordered fellow judges to handle child custody hearings that they say violate federal law.
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.