State’s Attorney: Jerry A. Miller JerryMiller@ucsa.us
Deputy State’s Attorney: Erin E. Handke ErinHandke@ucsa.us
Deputy State’s Attorney: Shane W. Bryant ShaneBryant@ucsa.us
Part-Time Deputy State’s Attorney: Jason Ravnsborg email@example.com
Office Manager / Legal Assistant: Tina Knudson TinaKnudson@ucsa.us
Legal Assistant: Alesha Voeltz AleshaVoeltz@ucsa.us
*Part-Legal Assistant: Marilyn Trefz MarilynTrefz@ucsa.us
* Victim Services *Court Order Compliance & * Union County Welfare Director
209 East Main Street, Suite 140
Elk Point, SD, 57025
Phone: (605) 356-2666
Fax: (605) 761-0199
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 5:00pm
Calling ahead for appointments work best for the attorneys.
The Office is closed on all holidays and when the Court House is closed.
Last updated: April 18, 2017
Meet your State’s Attorney’s Office
Jerry Miller, State’s Attorney
Erin Handke, Deputy State’s Attorney
Shane W. Bryant, Deputy State’s Attorney
Jason Ravnsborg, Part-Time Deputy State’s Attorney
Tina Knudson, Office Manager / Legal Assistant
Alesha Voeltz, Legal Assistant
Marilyn Trefz, Legal Assistant / Victim Services / Court Order Compliance / Union County Welfare Director (Part-Time Position)
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|South Dakota States Attorneys Association|
This office is currently fully staffed. However, attorneys who are interested in working in this office should contact State’s Attorney Jerry Miller. Your inquiry into future employment with this office will be kept confidential.
The Union County State’s Attorney’s Office will consider law student volunteers. Please contact Jerry Miller directly to inquire.
The Union County State’s Attorney’s Office will consider law students to participate in an extern program though an accredited law school program. Applicant must apply thorough the law school and indicate an interest in criminal justice.
|Misdemeanor Standard Sentences
This office receives many calls inquiring as to what a person may expect when they enter a guilty plea to misdemeanor offense in magistrate court. While every case is different and there will always be some example of the court deviating higher or lower then what is indicated on the link provided, the attached list is what this office has identified as a standard sentence handed down by the Judge Bern on a consistent basis. There is no guarantee that the State (State’s Attorney’s Office) will request or recommend the standard, nor is there any guarantee that the Court will follow this in your individual case.
– Sheriff’s Office;
– Police Departments; and or
– County Coroner
– Emergency Mental Illness (Aug 22, 2016)