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  • Custer County Justice Court

    Justice Courts decide limited kinds of civil and criminal cases, such as contract disputes, personal injury claims, protective orders, traffic violations, property rights disputes with damages less than $7,000, small claims cases with damages less than $3,000, and many kinds of misdemeanor crimes. Justice Court decisions can be appealed to District Court. Read More

  • Dillon City Court

    City Courts are the only courts with authority to decide cases involving violations of local laws. City Courts also decide limited kinds of civil and criminal cases including: contract disputes, personal injury claims, protective orders, traffic violations, property rights disputes with damages less than $7,000, small claims cases with damages less than $3,000, and misdemeanors. City Court decisions can be appealed to District Court. Read More

  • East Helena City Court

    City Courts are the only courts with authority to decide cases involving violations of local laws. City Courts also decide limited kinds of civil and criminal cases including: contract disputes, personal injury claims, protective orders, traffic violations, property rights disputes with damages less than $7,000, small claims cases with damages less than $3,000, and misdemeanors. City Court decisions can be appealed to District Court. Read More

  • Ennis City Court

    City Courts are the only courts with authority to decide cases involving violations of local laws. City Courts also decide limited kinds of civil and criminal cases including: contract disputes, personal injury claims, protective orders, traffic violations, property rights disputes with damages less than $7,000, small claims cases with damages less than $3,000, and misdemeanors. City Court decisions can be appealed to District Court. Read More

  • Fairfield City Court

    City Courts are the only courts with authority to decide cases involving violations of local laws. City Courts also decide limited kinds of civil and criminal cases including: contract disputes, personal injury claims, protective orders, traffic violations, property rights disputes with damages less than $7,000, small claims cases with damages less than $3,000, and misdemeanors. City Court decisions can be appealed to District Court. Read More

  • Fallon County Clerk of District Court

    The Clerk of District Court provides the public with access to the records of District Court cases including: felony criminal cases, probate and guardianship proceedings, divorce and custody cases, and other kinds of civil cases. The Clerk of District Court is responsible for setting the schedule for district court hearings. The Clerk of District Court also issues and records marriage licenses. Read More

  • Fergus County Clerk of District Court

    The Clerk of District Court provides the public with access to the records of District Court cases including: felony criminal cases, probate and guardianship proceedings, divorce and custody cases, and other kinds of civil cases. The Clerk of District Court is responsible for setting the schedule for district court hearings. The Clerk of District Court also issues and records marriage licenses. Read More

  • Fergus County Justice Court

    Justice Courts decide limited kinds of civil and criminal cases, such as contract disputes, personal injury claims, protective orders, traffic violations, property rights disputes with damages less than $7,000, small claims cases with damages less than $3,000, and many kinds of misdemeanor crimes. Justice Court decisions can be appealed to District Court. Read More

  • Flathead County Clerk of District Court

    The Clerk of District Court provides the public with access to the records of District Court cases including: felony criminal cases, probate and guardianship proceedings, divorce and custody cases, and other kinds of civil cases. The Clerk of District Court is responsible for setting the schedule for district court hearings. The Clerk of District Court also issues and records marriage licenses. Read More

  • Flathead County Justice Court

    Justice Courts decide limited kinds of civil and criminal cases, such as contract disputes, personal injury claims, protective orders, traffic violations, property rights disputes with damages less than $7,000, small claims cases with damages less than $3,000, and many kinds of misdemeanor crimes. Justice Court decisions can be appealed to District Court. Read More

  • Fort Benton City Court

    City Courts are the only courts with authority to decide cases involving violations of local laws. City Courts also decide limited kinds of civil and criminal cases including: contract disputes, personal injury claims, protective orders, traffic violations, property rights disputes with damages less than $7,000, small claims cases with damages less than $3,000, and misdemeanors. City Court decisions can be appealed to District Court. Read More

  • Fromberg City Court

    City Courts are the only courts with authority to decide cases involving violations of local laws. City Courts also decide limited kinds of civil and criminal cases including: contract disputes, personal injury claims, protective orders, traffic violations, property rights disputes with damages less than $7,000, small claims cases with damages less than $3,000, and misdemeanors. City Court decisions can be appealed to District Court. Read More

  • Gallatin County Clerk of District Court

    The Clerk of District Court provides the public with access to the records of District Court cases including: felony criminal cases, probate and guardianship proceedings, divorce and custody cases, and other kinds of civil cases. The Clerk of District Court is responsible for setting the schedule for district court hearings. The Clerk of District Court also issues and records marriage licenses. Read More

  • Gallatin County Justice Court

    Justice Courts decide limited kinds of civil and criminal cases, such as contract disputes, personal injury claims, protective orders, traffic violations, property rights disputes with damages less than $7,000, small claims cases with damages less than $3,000, and many kinds of misdemeanor crimes. Justice Court decisions can be appealed to District Court. Read More

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