Montana Department of Justice

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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.[1]

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[edit]


  1. ^ Plowman, Pat (October 10, 2011). "Carbon County Republican Women Meeting". Carbon County News. 

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