The question stems from the criminal case of Dana Bullcoming, a former Bureau of Indian Affairs law enforcement officer who was convicted of raping a Northern Cheyenne woman.
The lawsuit claims one school used Indian education funding to purchase a book described as showing the "actual hero of Thanksgiving was neither white nor Indian, but God."
The Montana Racial Equity Project and American Civil Liberties Union of Montana announced in an open letter to Helena City Manager Rachel Harl…
"This shows the drafters of the bill think the property of giant international corporations are more important than the property of Montana citizens," a Fort Peck tribal councilman told the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday.
The bill would allow the Montana Department of Corrections a broader choice of drugs to be used in the state's lethal injection cocktail.
Bounty hunters illegally stormed Eugene Mitchell's Lolo home in 2017 after he missed a court date.
The Yellowstone County jail inmate who tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday spent two and a half weeks in a unit with 33 other women before she was taken to the hospital and discovered to have the disease.
The Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a petition to expand measures to reduce inmates populations in jails and prisons amid the COVID-19 pandemic, writing in an order that the justices believe a directive from the governor earlier this month "best addresses the current crisis."
The case of a Bitterroot bounty hunter who terrorized a family in pursuit of a man who missed a court hearing has now splayed into a civil lawsuit that seeks to hold the bail bondsman and its insurance companies accountable for what civil rights groups are calling "predatory behavior."
A lawmaker plans to bring a bill that would do away with the practice of suspending driver's licenses as punishment for unpaid court fees.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeremiah Lynch of Missoula said Friday he would approve a settlement between the American Civil Liberties Union of Montana and the Montana Department of Justice over the conditions of prison inmates, the latest move in a lawsuit filed more than 25 years ago.
An advanced practice registered nurse and a certified nurse midwife can provide abortions in Montana — as long as they have the proper training — while they challenge the constitutionality of a state law that allows only physicians and physician assistants to perform abortions, a judge has ruled.
A lawsuit filed with the Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday says Marsy’s Law, a so-called victims’ bill of rights passed by voters in November, …
MISSOULA — Even before the historic election that put a real estate mogul in the White House, the ACLU of Montana staff noticed a heightened i…
The Department of Corrections has agreed to provide reasonable accommodations for inmates with physical disabilities to participate in treatme…