South Dakota Lawyer Basic-elect Marty Jackley has introduced the eight-member management workforce that may be a part of him when he takes workplace subsequent month (Jan. 2023).
“This can be a workforce of execs that I’ve labored with prior to now, and I imagine can deal with the challenges forward of us,” Jackley stated. “These are the form of devoted leaders that belong within the Lawyer Basic’s Workplace due to their expertise and dedication to public service.”
Former Lawyer Basic Mark Barnett returns to the workplace because the Chief Deputy. He started in that workplace as an Assistant Lawyer Basic 42 years in the past and served three phrases because the South Dakota Lawyer Basic. He additionally served 12 years as a Circuit Court docket Choose.
“This workplace and the folks on this workplace have at all times been particular to me,” Barnett stated. “I’m honored to be requested by the Lawyer Basic to affix him when he takes workplace.”
Jackley additionally has named:
- Brent Kempema, Deputy Lawyer Basic, Felony Division.
- Tony Mangan, Director of Communications.
- Charlie McGuigan, Deputy Lawyer Basic, Civil Division.
- Chad Mosteller, Assistant Director, Division of Felony Investigation, Area Operations.
- Dan Satterlee, Director, Division of Felony Investigation.
- Tiffany Stoeser, Assistant Director, Division of Felony Investigation, Administrative Operations.
- Sarah Thorne, Deputy Lawyer Basic, Appellate Division, which handles the entire state’s felony appeals.
Jackley will take the oath of workplace on Jan. 7, 2023, and turn into South Dakota’s thirty third Lawyer Basic. He beforehand had served as South Dakota’s United States Lawyer from 2006-2009 and as South Dakota Lawyer Basic from 2009-2019. He was elected this previous November.
“I stay up for serving with such a devoted workforce and to work with native regulation enforcement to make our communities even safer,” Jackley stated. “I additionally need to thank present Lawyer Basic Mark Vargo for his work within the workplace the previous few months and his assist throughout this transition.”