2 edition of Montana State court organization profile found in the catalog.
Montana State court organization profile
Margaret M. Cook
|Statement||Margaret M. Cook, principal author.|
|Series||State court organization profile series|
|Contributions||National Center for State Courts.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
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[Margaret M Cook; National Center for State Courts.]. Montana's court system is generally comprised of Courts of Limited Jurisdiction (Justice, City and Municipal), State District Courts, and the state's highest court, the Montana Supreme Court.
Courts dealing with specific issues are called specialty courts and include Youth Courts, Drug Courts, Water Court and Workers' Compensation Court.
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