Russell C. Fagg
A Billings man on Tuesday received a partially suspended sentence for again assaulting his girlfriend in November.
A 19-year-old Laurel man with two pending rape cases, both involving underage girls, was arraigned Tuesday on new felony drug charges.
A Billings judge followed a prosecutor’s recommendation and gave a woman a sentence of five years on probation for hitting her 3-year-old daughter so hard the child stopped breathing.
About 200 potential jurors filed through the county courthouse Wednesday in the first day of jury selection in the trial of suspected serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego.
A Billings judge ruled late Monday that the trial of accused serial rapist Toby Griego will be held in Yellowstone County.
A man convicted for a drunken road rage incident in 2012 received a three-year prison sentence on Tuesday — and a rebuke from a bank robber who happened to be in the courtroom.
Motions recently filed by the defense and prosecution in the case against Toby Griego, a suspected serial rapist, could have a dramatic impact on the man’s trial.
A jury convicted a woman on Tuesday for slashing a man’s lower left leg to the bone with a knife in May, but acquitted her on a count of misdemeanor assault.
A judge has sentenced a man with 11 felony convictions — most recently for assaulting his wife — to five years in the custody of the state Department of Corrections.
A Billings woman received suspended prison terms in District Court on Tuesday for biting a police officer and attacking a detention officer in February.
A man prosecutors say hit a woman repeatedly outside The HUB downtown mental health center on Nov. 19 pleaded not guilty to a felony assault charge Tuesday.
A 38-year-old Billings man will serve five years in prison for assaulting a man outside a bar and stealing his wallet in June of 2012.
A Billings man pleaded guilty Tuesday to driving drunk to the house of his stepson and assaulting him in the front yard.
Expressing his displeasure with a plea agreement, a district court judge on Tuesday begrudgingly handed down a fine and a deferred prison sentence for a man charged with driving drunk, injuring another driver and then fleeing the scene of the accident.
As state District Court judges from central Montana, Laurie McKinnon is our pick for the Montana Supreme Court. Judge McKinnon is currently a District Court Judge for Glacier, Toole, Pondera and Teton counties. McKinnon tries numerous cases, writes well-reasoned opinions and is fair and courteous.
The Hon. Russell C. Fagg of the State District Court in Billings has completed the two-day program "Technology-Assisted Crimes Against Children: Computer Search and Seizure and Other Pre-Trial Issues" at The National Judicial College in Reno, Nev. The program assists judges in describing var…
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