Criminal Justice

Judge Accused of Wrong-Way Driving on Interstate, Faces 2nd Drunken-Driving Case


A magistrate judge in South Dakota has been charged with second-offense drunken driving after he was arrested in Minnehaha County after police say he was driving the wrong way on an interstate freeway.

Mark Marshall, who sits in Pennington County, now faces two alternate drunken driving charges and another charge of wrong-way driving, the Argus Leader reports.

If convicted, he will lose his license for a year and could get as much as a year in jail.

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