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The prosecutor in the case of a western South Dakota man accused of killing his mother has asked the judge presiding over the trial to not grant the change of venue requested by the defense.
A chief state procurement officer has nixed changes in how Illinois purchases snacks, toiletries and other goods sold to prison inmates - apparently heeding criticism from small businesses that they gave supply giants an unfair advantage.
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On Saturday, South Sudan will become the world's newest nation, with Juba — a dusty town where paved roads are a luxury and most buildings are prefabricated structures — as its capital. Despite the celebratory mood that pervades the city, southern officials are aware of the challenges that lie ahead.
"Attorney General (Marty) Jackley wishes to make it a record that he wants the trial to take place here," Brown said. "Fall River County was where the crime took place. The state believes that defendant Tornquist can get a fair trial here."
Brown has said he will not pursue the death penalty in the case.