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Judiciary Committee, South Dakota House of Representatives

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The Judiciary Committee is a standing committee of the South Dakota House of Representatives.

Per Section H3-1 of the House Rules, committees of the South Dakota House of Representatives are chosen by the Speaker of the House in consultation with the Minority Leader. The rules do not specify when or how often committees are assigned. The Speaker of the House will appoint the chair and vice chair of each committee. The Speaker and the Speaker Pro Tempore will serve as members of the Legislative Procedure Committee, with the Speaker serving as its chair.[1]

DocumentIcon.jpg See rules: South Dakota Legislator Reference Book

Function

The Judiciary Committee deals with bills relating to the courts and court administration; the legal professions; crimes; criminal procedure; law enforcement; personal rights; civil law and procedure; domestic relations; succession and probate; guardianship; administrative procedures; prisons and jails; code commission; and human rights.[2][3]

Members

2015 legislative session

The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2015 legislative session.

Judiciary Committee Members, 2015
Democratic members (2)Republican members (11)
Peggy Anne GibsonMark Mickelson, Chairman
Kevin KillerMike Stevens (South Dakota), Vice Chair
Lynne Disanto
Steven Haugaard
Roger Hunt (South Dakota)
Timothy Johns
Kris Langer
Isaac Latterell
Kent Peterson
Lance Russell
Steve Westra

2013-2014

The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2013 legislative session.

2011-2012

2009-2010

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