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Topic - David Gilbertson
The University of South Dakota School of Law has announced it will be hosting a symposium on how to facilitate access to attorneys to people living in rural areas.
The court system is expanding existing programs and starting new ones to treat more nonviolent offenders outside of prison as part of the overhaul of South Dakota's criminal justice system, state Supreme Court Chief Justice David Gilbertson said Wednesday.
How many cats is a person legally allowed to let roam the inside of his or her car while they travel the country? The South Dakota Supreme Court weighed in on that very issue last week, setting the bar somewhere below 15.
South Dakota Supreme Court Chief Justice David Gilbertson told the station that Gors was unique in that he served in all possible judicial positions: magistrate judge, circuit judge, presiding circuit judge and then as acting supreme court judge.