Dakota News Now reports:
South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg has obtained his seventh speeding ticket in seven years. The most recent came in Hughes County Sunday, August 22nd at 8:54 PM. Ravnsborg was charged with one 2nd degree misdemeanor for “Speeding On Other Roadways” while doing 57 mph in a 35 mph speed zone.
Ravnsborg has yet to pay the $177.50 fine associated with the ticket, due by September 20th.
The ticket came just four days prior to Ravnsborg going to trial to face three misdemeanor charges for an accident he was involved in last September, that resulted in the death of Joe Boever. Ravnsborg pled no contest and paid fines amounting to over $4,000 while avoiding jail time.
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South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg is accused of breaking the law again, this time for speeding. Just days before being sentenced for his driving on the night of the crash that killed Joe Boever, Ravnsborg was pulled over for speeding. https://t.co/ticAhvj6pQ
— KELOLAND News (@keloland) August 31, 2021
South Dakota attorney general, Jason R. Ravnsborg, hit a pedestrian with his car, and left him to die slowly in a ditch. He claims he thought he hit a deer even though the man’s head went through his windshield. He’s been slapped with only a minor fine for murder.
— Duty To Warn 🔉 (@duty2warn) August 27, 2021
South Dakota AG Jason Ravnsborg – part of Republicans Attorney General Assoc. that planned Jan 6 coup d’état – given no prison and fined only $1000 for killing man with his car in Sept. 2020. https://t.co/qaM11BV3Mk
— Eric Garland (@ericgarland) August 27, 2021