G. Todd Baugh
Yellowstone County voters have a choice between two excellent Billings attorneys in the race to succeed District Court Judge G. Todd Baugh.
Judge Randal Spaulding has sentenced Stacey Dean Rambold to 15 years in prison with five years suspended for the rape of his 14-year-old student Cherice Moralez in 2007.
Billings’ most widely scrutinized criminal case in years — the rape of a teen who later killed herself, her abuser's 31-day prison sentence and a judge’s comments about the victim — is set to draw to a close Friday, six years after charges were filed.
After a recommendation made by a public defender, a judge has ordered a three-year sentence for a man convicted at trial of a 14th DUI.
A sentencing date has been set for a man who recently pleaded guilty to shooting another man to death on the North Side last October.
The Montana Supreme Court issued a public censure of Yellowstone County District Court Judge G. Todd Baugh on Tuesday in Helena. Baugh was disciplined for comment she made about a 14-year-old victim while sentencing her rapist.
HELENA — The Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday publicly reprimanded a judge who gave a lenient sentence to a rapist after suggesting the 14-year-old victim shared some of the responsibility for the crime.
A Georgia man involved in an elaborate check-cashing scheme was sentenced by Judge G. Todd Baugh on Monday.
A Billings judge on Wednesday gave a man a partially suspended 20-year sentence for a 10th DUI conviction.
Stacey Dean Rambold, a former Billings high school teacher who received a one-month prison sentence for having sex
When Yellowstone County District Judge G. Todd Baugh responded to the Montana Supreme Court last week, he admitted responsibility for imposing “the wrong mandatory minimum” sentence on Stacey Rambold.
et a real job.”
Little Bighorn Memorial. Eleven years after the Indian Memorial was dedicated at Little Bighorn National Battlefield, its completion was celebrated on the 138th anniversary of the historic fight in southeast Montana.
HELENA — A Billings judge who faces suspension for saying a 14-year-old girl appeared "older than her chronological age" during her rapist's sentencing said he believes the penalty is unwarranted and proposed the Montana Supreme Court withdraw it.
All the judges in Yellowstone County District Court have recused themselves from presiding over the re-sentencing of Stacey Dean Rambold, a task that has been accepted by a district judge from Forsyth.
A Billings judge on Monday sentenced a 21-year-old man for a 2012 vandalism spree and suggested he replace his fast-food job with a “real job” so he can better pay restitution to his victims.
A Hardin woman appeared in Yellowstone County District Court on Monday and admitted that she hit a woman with a car at a Billings convenience store in August 2013.
There is no good news in the tragic case of the 14-year-old rape victim who committed suicide, her 47-year-old assailant and the judge whose mistakes intensified the outrage.
The Montana Supreme Court has reinstated a criminal case against a 23-year-old German woman who prosecutors say came to Montana as an exchange student in 2009 and repeatedly made false claims that she was raped and assaulted by three different men over the next several years.