Blunt Traffic Lawyer, South Dakota


Matthew G. Johnson

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Status:  In Good Standing           

Christine Susan Jongeling

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Status:  Suspended           Licensed:  21 Years

Christine Susan Jongeling

General Practice
Status:  Suspended           Licensed:  21 Years

Emily J. Sovell

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Status:  In Good Standing           
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Charles D. McGuigan

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Status:  In Good Standing           

Steven R. Blair

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Status:  In Good Standing           

Sherri Sundem Wald

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Status:  In Good Standing           

Roxanne Giedd

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Status:  In Good Standing           

Ann C. Meyer

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Status:  In Good Standing           

Robert E. Mayer

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Status:  In Good Standing           

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

State v. Hayen

... appellee. MEIERHENRY, Justice. [¶ 1.] The State of South Dakota appeals from a circuit court order suppressing evidence obtained from a traffic stop on a main thoroughfare in Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota. A ...

State v. Wendling

... Alleging a violation of his Fourth Amendment protection against illegal search and seizure, Wendling filed a motion in the South Dakota Third Judicial Circuit to suppress all evidence obtained as a result of the traffic stop that led to the arrest. The circuit court granted the motion. ...

State v. Satter

... lot. The police officer executed a traffic stop on the van after it was driven out of the parking lot. ... ISSUE. Whether the information from the tipster alone provided reasonable suspicion to conduct a traffic stop in this situation. [¶ 6 ...