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Legal Information: South Dakota
25-10-40 Restrictions on release of person charged with domestic abuse
No police officer or sheriff may release a person charged with assaulting a person in a relationship described in § 25-10-3.1, or violating a protection order, as provided for in this chapter, without providing notice to a committing magistrate judge or circuit court. A committing magistrate judge or circuit court shall determine if bond or other conditions of release are necessary for the protection of the alleged victim.
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