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South Dakota

71 ABA Journal South Dakota articles.

Now-Disbarred Attorney: ‘I Knew I Was Creating My Own Disaster’

Earlier this year, the future looked bright for Mary Ann Giebink. In addition to a Sioux Falls law practice, the South Dakota lawyer was a Democratic candidate for the state…

Burned-Out Lawyer Plans to Opt Out, One Among Many on ‘Dark Side’ of Law

When Glen Rosenberg realized he’d let the statute of limitations expire in a personal injury case for the first time in nearly 20 years of practice, he did the right…

Obama’s Grandma’s Early Ballot Still Counts, Despite Her Death

An absentee ballot cast by Barack Obama’s grandmother prior to her death Sunday still counts in her home state of Hawaii.

However, some states, including South Dakota, have a different…

Proposed S.D. Abortion Ban May Bring Roe v. Wade Challenge

A revamped measure in South Dakota that would ban abortions except for women who’ve been raped or are victims of incest is gaining steam and may present the challenge that…

State’s Execution First in 60 Years

A death-row inmate who gave up his appeals died by lethal injection today, the first execution in South Dakota in 60 years.

Elijah Page, 25, received the death sentence for…

First S.D. Execution in 60 Years Set

An inmate who has asked to die is set to become the first person to be executed in South Dakota in 60 years.

Elijah Page, 25, received the death sentence…

Following the Beat of the Ban

After a loss in South Dakota, many in the anti-abortion movement reassess their legal strategy

Getting Out the ‘No’ Vote

South Dakota Bar Director Seeks Defeat of Initiative Permitting Suits Against Judges