Montana Code Annotated 2013

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     87-6-915. Remedial hunter education program -- sentencing. (1) The court may sentence a person who is convicted of a hunting violation that results in a mandatory forfeiture of hunting privileges or who is convicted of a hunting violation to complete a remedial hunter education course.
     (2) A person who is sentenced by the court to complete a remedial hunter education course shall successfully complete the course before any license privileges may be restored.
     (3) The department may not issue a hunting, fishing, or trapping license to a person who is convicted of a hunting violation that results in a mandatory forfeiture of hunting privileges until the person has successfully completed the remedial hunter education course.
     (4) If the person who is sentenced by the court to complete the remedial hunter education course is not a resident of the state of Montana, the sentencing court shall require the person to complete a similar remedial hunter education course in the person's state of residence. If a similar course does not exist in the person's state of residence, the person shall complete Montana's course before any Montana hunting, fishing, or trapping license may be issued.
     (5) This section does not allow the issuance of any licenses to a person whose hunting or fishing privileges have been revoked for life.

     History: En. Sec. 72, Ch. 258, L. 2011.

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