20-9-55. Jurisdiction--Evidence--Procedure.

A person is subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of this state for incitement to riot that results in a riot in this state, regardless of whether the person engages in incitement to riot personally, or through any employee, agent, or subsidiary.

Evidence is not admissible in an action for riot or incitement to riot that shows that any damages, in whole or in part, were paid by a third party. Notwithstanding any other law, any action arising under § 20-9-54 is governed by the procedural and substantive law of this state.

Any action for riot or incitement to riot shall be for the exclusive benefit of the state or political subdivision and shall be brought in the name of the state or political subdivision. The state, a political subdivision, or any third party having an interest in preventing a riot or incitement to riot may enter into an agreement to establish joint representation of a cause of action under § 20-9-54.

Source: SL 2019, ch 104, § 3, eff. Mar. 27, 2019; SL 2020, ch 73, § 3; SL 2020, ch 78, § 7.