Montana Department of Justice
The Montana Department of Justice is a state law enforcement agency of Montana.
The Montana Attorney General heads the agency.
The Attorney General serves as 1 of 5 members of the state Land Board. The Land Board oversees the money generated from 5.2 million acres of land in the state.
The Montana Attorney General acts as the supervisor for the 56 County Attorneys in the State.
Tim Fox is the current Attorney General.
List of Attorneys General since Statehood
- Henri J. Haskill (1889-1897)
- C B. Nolan (1897-1901)
- James Donovan (1901-1905)
- Albert J. Galen (1905-1913)
- D.M. Kelly (1913-1915)
- J.B. Poindexter (1915-1917)
- S.C. Ford (1917-1921)
- Wellington D. Rankin (1921-1924)
- L.A. Foot (1924-1933)
- Raymond T. Nagle (1933-1936)
- Enor K. Matson (1936-1937)
- Harrison K. Freebourn (1937-1941)
- John W. Bonner (1941-1942)
- Howard M. Gullickson (1942)
- R. V. Bottombly (1942-1949)
- Arnold H. Olsen (1949-1957)
- Forrest H. Anderson (1957-1969)
- Robert l. Woodahl (1969-1977)
- Mike Greely (1977-1989)
- Marc Racicot (1989-1993)
- Joseph P. Mazurek (1993-2001)
- Mike McGrath (2001-2009)
- Stephen C. "Steve" Bullock (2009-2013)
- Tim Fox (2013–present)
- Plowman, Pat (October 10, 2011). "Carbon County Republican Women Meeting". Carbon County News.
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