23-3-3 Attorney general--Jurisdiction concurrent with state's attorneys.
     23-3-3.   Attorney general--Jurisdiction concurrent with state's attorneys. In any and all criminal proceedings in any and all courts of this state and in any county or part of the state, the attorney general shall have concurrent jurisdiction with the state's attorney or state's attorneys of the several counties of the state.

Source: SDC 1939 & Supp 1960, § 34. 403.