Montana State Legislature

2009-2010 Law and Justice Committee

The Law and Justice Interim Committee (LJIC) is a joint bipartisan committee of the legislature that meets between legislative sessions. The LJIC: (1) monitors the activities of the Department of Corrections, the Department of Justice, the Office of State Public Defender, and the Judicial Branch; (2) examines law and justice policy issues; and (3) makes recommendations to the full legislature. The LJIC's responsibilities include reviewing the administrative rules and proposed legislation of assigned executive branch agencies.

Agenda And Minutes

Agency Oversight And LJIC Follow-Up From Last Interim

SJR 29 - DNA Study

SJR 39 - DUI Study

Agenda And Minutes

SJR 39 - Study Of DUI Laws

  • SJR 29 - study retention of biological evidence (e.g., DNA) in felony criminal cases
  • SJR 39 - study DUI laws and enforcement
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