S.D. Supreme Court: State can’t decide former Marty Indian School principal’s case
The South Dakota Supreme Court issued an opinion Wednesday, June 19, affirming a Charles Mix County circuit court’s decision to dismiss a case filed by a former principal against the Marty Indian School. The opinion, written by Chief Justice David Gilbertson, stated that the circuit court correctly dismissed Timothy Stathis’ case solely because the court didn’t have subject matter jurisdiction to hear the case.
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