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Montana Hit and Run Laws

Montana Hit and Run Laws

Montana Hit and Run Laws: What happens if you leave the scene of an accident? Under Code section 61-7-103, Montana Hit and Run laws, leaving the scene of an accident without fulfilling your legal obligations will result in both civil and criminal penalties. If no one...
Montana Sexting Laws

Montana Sexting Laws

There are no specific sexting laws in Montana; because of that, sexting amongst teens is a criminal offense punishable under laws, including indecent exposure, child pornography, or solicitation of a minor. (keep reading) Quick take: Teens convicted of felony child...
Montana Whistleblower Laws

Montana Whistleblower Laws

A Summary of Montana Whistleblower Laws The state of Montana enacted the Wrongful Discharge From Employment Act to protect employees and also to replace the employment-at-will doctrine. Under this act, employees who have completed the probationary period of employment...
Montana Child Support Laws

Montana Child Support Laws

Everything you need to know about Montana child support laws, updated for 2020. Montana child support laws require that the awarded upkeep amount must be adequate and reasonable. But… and that is a huge one. In the state, every case is determined based on merit...
Montana Car Seat Laws

Montana Car Seat Laws

Infants should ride on rear-facing seats from birth until at least the age of 2 years. Children 2-4 years old who have exceeded the rear-facing seat limits can transition to forward-facing seats. The Montana Highway Traffic Safety Division recommends children 5-8...
Montana Statute of Limitations

Montana Statute of Limitations

Statute of Limitations MT- Summary Montana’s statute of limitations establishes a deadline before which civil cases – such as lawsuits – must be filed in the state. In relation to criminal charges, it also prevents prosecutors from charging an individual with a crime...