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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - South Dakota Supreme Court
South Dakota Supreme Court justices hear arguments again Tuesday on a second appeal in the case of a man who helped kill a guard at the state penitentiary.
The lawyer for a man given a death sentence for killing a prison guard told the South Dakota Supreme Court on Tuesday that a lower court should have allowed evidence about his client's new relationship with his son before resentencing him.
The South Dakota Supreme Court will hear a second appeal of in the case of a man who helped kill a guard at the State Penitentiary.
ABC's news anchor Diane Sawyer, two of the network's correspondents and other defendants in a $1.2 billion defamation lawsuit against the company related to its coverage of a meat product could be deposed following a ruling by the South Dakota Supreme Court.
The South Dakota Supreme Court freed a hunting lodge near Agar from paying back taxes and interest in a decision on Thursday.
The South Dakota Supreme Court has ruled that the prosecution can present an alleged confession to police during the trial of a teenager who's charged with murder because she "knowingly and intelligently" waived her Miranda rights.
A recent ruling by the South Dakota Supreme Court has resulted in a slightly reduced sentence for a former Huron bar owner convicted of raping three girls after serving them alcohol.
The South Dakota Supreme Court has denied an appeal from lawyers representing a 17-year-old Pierre boy accused of murder.
A case of alleged sexual harassment filed against the owner of an adult super store has reached the South Dakota Supreme Court.
A dispute that began over the placement of beehives and evolved into an issue of legal malpractice has reached the South Dakota Supreme Court.
The South Dakota Supreme Court ruled Thursday that actor Kevin Costner did not breach a contract with an artist when he placed commissioned sculptures of bison and American Indians at a different site than was originally planned.
The South Dakota Supreme Court has ruled that actor Kevin Costner did not breach a contract with an artist he commissioned to produce bronze sculptures of bison and American Indians.
A lawyer for actor Kevin Costner has asked the South Dakota Supreme Court to affirm a ruling that he did not breach a contract with an artist whom he commissioned to produce a bronze sculpture of bison and American Indians.
A lawyer for Kevin Costner told the South Dakota Supreme Court on Monday that the actor did not breach a contract with an artist when he placed commissioned sculptures of bison and American Indians at a different site than originally was agreed upon.
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.