South Dakota Attorney General's Office
PIERRE – The South Dakota Supreme Court has ruled that the state’s DUI Implied Consent Law is unconstitutional, South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley announced Thursday. The high court upheld a circuit court’s decision to suppress blood evidence in the case State of South Dakota vs. Shauna Fierro. “The South Dakota Supreme Court has determined that a mandatory blood withdrawal under South Dakota’s implied consent statute is unconstitutional in light of a recent United States Supreme Court decision.
PIERRE – Attorney General Marty Jackley is warning businesses to be cautious of a scam that targeted a South Dakota company with a substantial fraudulent wire transfer attempt. The scam began with an email exchange which appeared to be within the company’s own network and ended with an attempted fraudulent wire transfer. In this particular incident, the company's corporate controller received an email from what was believed to be the company's chief financial officer.
PIERRE -- Attorney General Marty Jackley and Gregory County State's Attorney Amy Bartling announced today that Adam Joel Bruns, 20, Gregory, was indicted March 7 by a Gregory County grand jury. Bruns was indicted on alternate counts of second-degree murder and first-degree manslaughter.
PIERRE -- During Attorney General Marty Jackley's recent legislative tour, legislators had an opportunity to test and compare their marksmanship. In doing so, they may donate to a charity of their own choosing and there is no cost to taxpayers. The results of the attorney general's third annual legislative shooting contest are: 1. Speaker Pro Tempore Dean Wink (District 29); 2. Representative Herman Otten (District 6); 3. Tie - Senator Larry Rhoden (District 29), Representative Blaine Campbell (District 35).