Jason Ravnsborg pleaded no competition to violation charges, preventing jail time despite grievances from the victim’s family members that he was being too gently penalized for activities they called “inexcusable.”.
FORT PIERRE, S.D.– South Dakota Attorney General Of The United States Jason Ravnsborg pleaded no contest Thursday to a set of misdemeanor web traffic charges over a crash last year that eliminated a pedestrian, preventing prison time regardless of bitter problems from the target’s family members that he was being also lightly punished for actions they called “untenable.”
Circuit Judge John Brown had little flexibility to order jail time. Instead, he fined the state’s top law enforcement main $500 for each and every matter plus court costs of $3,742. Brown likewise bought the Republican to “do a considerable public service occasion” in each of the next five years near the day of Joseph Boever’s fatality– giving a demand from the Boever family. Yet he put that on hold pending a last judgment after Ravnsborg’s lawyer objected that it was not allowed by statute.