Hello everyone, a few things about the winter to make sure you have in your vehilcles. Blankets, extra clothers, gloves, winter hats, coats, matches, toitet paper, cat litter for traction and a little shovel a cell phone.
If you are ever lost or stranded in your car or out hiking ect. and you notice yor cell phone is either low on juice ot has no signal, here is a tip that very well may save your life. Change the voicemail on your phone to a message that gives your approximate location, time, the date, your situation (lost, out of gas, car broken down, suck in the snow, injured etc. and any special instructions such as you are staying with the car, you are walking towards town, ect. The best part of this is that even if your cell phone dies or stops working, voicemail still works, so anyone calling your phone looking for you will hear the message and know where to find you or where to send help.
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Fax: (406) 662-5056
Address: 108 South D Street
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Orders of Protection
If you need an order of protection, you can download one from the MT Dept. of Justice web site, contact an advocate (National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 to find a local one) or complete one on-line at the LawHelp web site.
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If you've received a Notice To Appear And Complain where the MUST APPEAR box is checked, you will need to appear in court on the date and time indicated on the citation.
The Bridger City Court is held every Tuesday at 10:00 AM.
The court office is open from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
The court phone and fax number is (406) 662-1042.
Applications for a public defender can be downloaded from the Forms page of the Office of the State Public Defender website.