The South Dakota Supreme Court has upheld the firing of a former Division of Criminal Investigation agent.
Mark Black argued that the DCI did not have sufficient cause to fire him. He also claimed that he wasn't given due process by the DCI or by the Civil Service Commission and the Sixth Circuit Court when he appealed his firing.
Black was dismissed for "chronic misbehavior," poor judgment, and allegations of domestic abuse. SDPB's Victoria Wicks has this report.
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