For assistance resolving technical problems associated with this system, please contact the UJS Help Desk at [email protected] of South Dakota court records, including South Dakota Unified Judicial System's Electronic Civil Money Judgment System, is governed by SDCL 1-27-1, South Dakota's open records law, and SDCL ch. Pursuant to these statutes, reselling or redistributing lists of information from this database or from the paper court records is prohibited by law as a Class 2 misdemeanor.
You may wish to contact a particular credit reporting agency to correct any misinformation.
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Archaeologists discovered 26 coins, including three Roman coins which pre-date the invasion of Britain in 43 AD, and 20 other gold and silver pieces which are Late Iron Age and thought to belong to the Corieltavi tribe.‘... Could it have been a sacred place to the Late Iron Age peoples that was taboo to enter in everyday life, making it a safe place that would ensure that person’s valuables were protected?
As noted, this electronic system replaces the docket cards in the clerks' offices statewide; the original judgment will continue to be available in the paper court record in the clerk's office in the circuit in which it is filed.
Contact the specific clerk's office if you would like to view the original judgment; you will need to provide the clerk with the docket number and the case name.