SD School Superintendent Pleads Not Guilty In Driving Case
April 1, 2011, 9:28 AM
HURON, SD -
A South Dakota school superintendent who pleaded guilty to drunken driving has pleaded not guilty to driving with a revoked license.
Wessington Springs Superintendent Lance Witte was arrested by a Highway Patrol trooper December 10 in Jerauld County, about two weeks after he had pleaded guilty to DUI. He told The Associated Press that he thought he had complied with all of the requirements for a work driving permit and thought he was driving legally.
Witte is due back in court June 10 for a motions hearing.
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