Monthly Archives April 2004

Board of Crime Control Awards $2.1 Million to Drug Task Forces

HELENA – Multi-agency drug task forces around the state will soon receive more than $2 million in federal Byrne grants recently approved by the Montana Board of Crime Control.

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Services Limited at Driver License Stations April 19-23

HELENA – From April 19-23, driver-licensing stations throughout Montana will offer only license renewals and duplicates. Dean Roberts, administrator of the Motor Vehicle Division of the Department of Justice, said the staff members who give driving tests will be at mandatory training sessions.

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McGrath Releases Statement on School-Funding Decision

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath released the following statement on the school-funding lawsuit decision handed down Thursday afternoon by District Court Judge Jeffrey Sherlock.

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McGrath Issues Criminal Justice Information Opinion

HELENA – In a formal opinion released Thursday, Attorney General Mike McGrath held that, if a crime victim requests confidentiality, a law enforcement agency may withhold some information related to the victim.

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