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Noem: New information expected to be released in case against South Dakota AG

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PIERRE, South Dakota (KTIV) - New information is expected to be released to the public in the case involving South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg.

Thursday morning, the governor held a press conference where she fielded several questions regarding the case.

WATCH: SD Gov. Kristi Noem holds news conferenceYou can find the latest updates from the news conference here:

Posted by KTIV News 4 on Thursday, February 25, 2021

On Tuesday, Gov. Kristi Noem announced she believed the state's attorney general should resign. Noem said she spent 10 hours the day before reviewing evidence and videos related to the case before announcing her plea for a resignation.

The governor said they plan on releasing more information regarding the case either Thursday or Friday. She said they will continue to ask the family what they are okay with being released.

"The information that we released starting clear back with the 911 calls, the toxicology reports, things we have already released months ago, and then including these interviews with the attorney general himself, these interviews we specifically asked for the families consent, " said the Republican governor.

South Dakota lawmakers have begun the impeachment process against Ravnsborg.

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