The Montana Attorney General’s Office is proud to partner with counties to help them establish a 24/7 Sobriety Program. The resources on these pages give counties the resources they need to successfully launch the program in their jurisdictions.
Here you will find:
- Legal documents customizable to your county necessary for running 24/7.
- Sample forms from Lewis and Clark County as a guide.
- An interview with Jolene Peavey, the administrator of Lewis and Clark County’s program. Peavey answers practical questions about running 24/7.
- A link to the law creating the program.
Other ResourcesThe Montana 24/7 Program is outlined in state law. The full text of the law is here. The parameters of the program are further spelled out in the administrative rules of the program. Those are located here. If you have any questions about the law or administrative rules, don’t hesitate to contact us at 444-2026.
Thank you for your interest in the 24/7 Sobriety Program. We are eager to work with Montana’s criminal justice and judicial systems to help all of us better serve the public and keep our roads safe.