South Dakota Law News
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Five questions with governor candidate Mike Myers
A former law school professor at the University of South Dakota, 78-year-old Mike Myers is now running for governor of South Dakota as an independent. Myers, a former Mayo-St. Mary Hospital CEO and host of a regular elder-law radio forum, was in Rapid City this week while campaigning and sat down with the Journal to answer five question in his own words (some answers were edited for space.)
Tennessee primary guide: Carr looks for lightning to strike twice
Carr challenges Alexander in last realistic hope for GOP insurgents to unseat a sitting Republican senator this cycle.
State officers unlawfully drew blood in DUI cases
PIERRE | South Dakota Highway Patrol troopers deliberately continued to have blood drawn involuntarily from drunk driving suspects during the past 17 months without obtaining warrants from judges, despite a U.S. Supreme Court decision to the contrary.