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Legal Information: South Dakota
25-10-38 Report of domestic abuse arrest forwarded to prosecutor -- Victim to be notified of status of case
Any report made pursuant to § 25-10-36 shall be forwarded to the appropriate prosecutor within ten days of making the report. The prosecutor shall, within five days of receipt of the report, notify the victim either orally or in writing of the status of the case. If the state’s attorney decides not to prosecute, the prosecutor shall inform the victim of the reasons.
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