Montana Criminal Records

  • Montana has 478,586 total people (FBI, 2018).
  • Montana is the 44th largest state by population.

Court System

  • In the Worker's Compensation Court, the judges resolve disputes under the Workers' Compensation Act and the Occupational Disease Act.
  • The Courts of Limited Jurisdiction include the Justice Courts, City Courts and Municipal Courts. These courts deal with cases involving misdemeanors, local ordinances, juvenile matters, civil cases for amounts up to $12,000, and small claims where the money disputed it only up to $7,000.
  • The Montana Water Court has exclusive jurisdiction over the water rights claims and facilitates the adjudication over multiple state law-bases water rights.
  • The District Courts have general jurisdiction, which includes hearing all felony cases, all probate cases, and most cases.
  • The Supreme Court is an appellate court who reviews cases from lower courts, and it has original jurisdiction in limited types of cases.

Crime Statistics for Montana (FBI, 2018)

Crime Category Reported Cases National Rank
Violent Crime 2,043 42nd / 49 (Very Low)
Murder 10 45th / 49 (Very Low)
Rape 0 20th / 49 (Moderate)
Robbery 221 43rd / 49 (Very Low)
Aggravated Assault 1,454 42nd / 49 (Very Low)
Property Crime 0 17th / 49 (High)
Burglary 2,051 45th / 49 (Very Low)
Larceny Theft 15,070 39th / 49 (Low)
Motor Vehicle Theft 1,641 39th / 49 (Low)

Criminal Records in Montana

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