About Montana Court Records
Montana is a pretty rural state, but it has plenty of official state courthouses. From the Masnfield Federal Building in Butte to the Battin Courthouse in Billings, each and every court in Montana keeps detailed, updated records. These records are available to every member of the public. Court records include criminal trials to official filings, and everything in between. Whether you know someone who went to court for shooting a moose offseason or you’d like to find out more about someone’s vehicular manslaughter trial, court records have you covered.
Montana’s residents are notoriously “off the grid” in many respects, but the courts here update their court records just like any other state. From Bozeman to Helena, nowhere is too small to be part of one of Montana’s court system – there are over a dozen federal courthouses throughout the state! Court records are more general than criminal records and can be searched by date, courthouse, or even the outcome of the case. Whether you want more information on your neighbor, your teacher, or even your significant other in Montana, a court records search is a smart place to begin searching. Even if you’re not sure exactly what you’re looking for, court records may include more details than you imagine. Montana is constantly updating its digital court record database – what do you want to find?