Driving Under The Influence
The 24/7 Sobriety program keeps about 70 people out of the Yellowstone County jail every day.
A Billings judge ordered three years probation for a man who endangered his 3-year-old son last November by driving under the influence in a car running on three tires.
A man who prosecutors say crashed into a West End roundabout while driving with a blood alcohol concentration more than four times the legal
A Billings woman was accused on Monday of driving drunk with her daughter in the vehicle and attacking her husband when he tried to stop her from doing so.
A Billings judge on Tuesday set bond at $60,000 for a 53-year-old man with at least 12 prior DUI convictions who is facing a new felony charge of driving under the influence.
A woman who graduated from a treatment court last summer pleaded not guilty Friday to a sixth charge of driving under the influence.
A Billings woman made an initial court appearance Monday on her fifth DUI offense.
A man who caused a crash last September pleaded guilty Monday to three counts of felony criminal endangerment and misdemeanor aggravated DUI.
The County Attorney’s Office has filed charges against a man accused of driving drunk and causing a crash that injured two people.
A man was accused on Monday of fleeing from officers at speeds nearing 100 mph in downtown Billings and nearly crashing into several other vehicles over the weekend.
A 41-year-old man was charged with six felonies on Tuesday for what charging documents describe as a New Year's Day drunken-driving crash that injured six people.
This winter has plagued Montanans with terrible driving conditions. Record amounts of snow dumped atop frozen rain turned streets into slip-and-slide zones.
A man who a prosecutor said has a history of drunken driving was back in court Thursday on a felony DUI charge.
In the decades long effort to curb Montana's DUI problem, no measure has garnered wider support than the 24/7 Sobriety Program. Steve Bullock, then Montana's attorney general, borrowed the idea from South Dakota and helped Lewis & Clark County officials start a successful pilot. An inter…
HELENA — The state is appealing a ruling by a northwestern Montana judge who said fees charged for the state's 24/7 Sobriety Program amount to pretrial punishment.
Two sets of numbers help explain the dramatic changes Billings Municipal Judge Sheila Kolar applauded in the six men standing before the bench at noon Wednesday:
A Billings man pleaded guilty Friday to felony criminal endangerment and other charges for speeding, running a red light and hitting a fire hydrant while driving drunk.
Laurel Police Officer Fred Gregory told more than 50 of his peers and colleagues that an award is nice, but it’s about more than him.
A 43-year-old Billings man charged Thursday with felony drunken-driving had a blood-alcohol concentration more than three and a half times the legal limit after the crash that resulted in his arrest, authorities said.
A man with 13 drunken-driving convictions denied charges Thursday for a 14th.