Spoliation of evidence is when a person destroys, tampers with, hides, or withholds evidence that is relevant for a court case. Spoliation of evidence is a crime, and those accused of it can face criminal punishments if they are found guilty of it. There are many different ways through which a person can spoil evidence.
Andrew J. Knutson concentrates his practice in the areas of Wills, Trusts, Estates, and Business law. Andrew devotes time to writing and speaking on important issues in these areas. Andrew has written materials for and presented continuing legal education seminars for the South Dakota State Bar Association entitled “Federal Income Taxation of Estates and Nongrantor Trusts" and “Formation of Limited Liability Companies and Corporations." He also recently presented “Trusts Used for Tax Reduction" for the National Business Institute.
He is a member of the Executive Committee of the West River Estate and Financial Planning Council, serves on the Business Law Committee for the State Bar, and participates in various other community organizations.
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506 Sixth Street Rapid City, South Dakota