A divided Montana Supreme Court may have overturned a former Bitterroot Valley physician’s conviction on two charges of negligent homicide, but Chris Christensen will still face prison on other charges.
Attorney General Tim Fox said late Tuesday that the Montana Supreme Court has voted unanimously against a petition by the American Civil Liberties Union for Disability Rights Montana that would have forced the release of many inmates in the state prison and other jails.
The man who is responsible for writing and helping to pass many of Montana’s gun laws weighed in on the recent Montana Supreme Court decision striking down the Missoula City Council’s proposed background check ordinance.
Following Tuesday’s Montana Supreme Court 5-0 decision to strike down the Missoula City Council’s proposed mandatory universal background check ordinance, KGVO spoke to City Councilor Bryan von Lossberg, who originally sponsored the ordinance, about his reaction.
Barb Jenkins has had a very rough road over the past four years. The founder of a rape support group called ‘Jane Doe No More’, Jenkins has spent the last four years rebuilding her life, until she was dealt another blow by the Montana legal system.