Richard F. Cebull
Montana is facing a judicial emergency. Only one of the three U.S. District Courts in Montana will have an active, full-time judge as of next month. Filling the vacancies in Billings and Great Falls must be a top priority for Montana’s senators and the White House.
A group of American Indians are appealing a judge's ruling that denied their request to establish satellite voting offices on three Montana reservations.
HELENA — The chief judge of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has appointed a special committee to investigate misconduct allegations against a Montana federal judge who forwarded an email with a racist joke involving bestiality and President Barack Obama's mother.
HELENA — A federal judge has approved a government antitrust settlement involving two Montana health insurers after one of the companies was broken up. U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull approved the settlement on Thursday, saying that it was in the public interest.
I have observed with interest the discourse over the actions of Judge Richard F. Cebull in sending an admitted inappropriate email, and offer a perspective as a person who knows Judge Cebull both professionally and personally. It is my hope that wherever the discourse leads, the perspective …
Not In Our Town Billings is calling a town hall meeting for Billings and area residents in response to a racist and sexist email about President Barack Obama that Montana’s Chief U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull admitted forwarding from his office computer last month.
HELENA — Two top Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee called for a hearing Tuesday to examine a Montana judge's conduct in forwarding an email that included a racist joke involving bestiality and President Barack Obama's mother.
A federal judge has unsealed search warrant affidavits and other documents related to government raids on a Custer-themed museum in southeastern Montana.
A federal judge has returned to state court a lawsuit by Montana landowners whose property was contaminated with crude oil from a broken Exxon Mobil pipeline.
A Roundup man intends to admit that he plotted to hire a man to kill his mother for insurance money and an inheritance.
A Billings man admitted that he distributed cocaine as part of a larger conspiracy linked to former Denver Broncos football player Travis Henry.
A Crow Agency woman will spend two years on federal probation for smoking methamphetamine around a baby.