23A-13-17 (Rule 16(d)(2)) Remedies on failure of party to comply with discovery requirements--Manner...
(Rule 16(d)(2)) Remedies on failure of party to comply with discovery
requirements--Manner of discovery and inspection.
If, at any time during the course of a proceeding,
it is brought to the attention of a court that a party has failed to comply with an applicable discovery
provision, the court may order such party to permit the discovery or inspection, grant a continuance,
or prohibit the party from introducing evidence not disclosed, or it may enter such other order as it
deems just under the circumstances. The court may specify the time, place, and manner of making
the discovery and inspection and may prescribe such terms and conditions as are just.
Source: SL 1978, ch 178, § 174.