Carter County Case Information (Montana)


Carter County Courts are judicial bodies that resolve legal disputes at the Federal, Montana State, or local Carter County level, including both criminal and civil charges. Courts also create and maintain records about their cases, which can be found through a case information search. Carter County court records include criminal misdemeanor and felony cases as well as civil cases such as divorce, breach of contract, wills and estates, and constitutional violations. A case information search contains information about the case, the defendants, and the case's outcome, whether conviction, sentence, acquittal, or settlements and plea bargains. Case information can be an important part of a Carter County background check or learning more about a business. Courts provide online databases to access case information.

Carter County Court Ekalaka MT 214 East Park Street 59324 406-775-8714

Ekalaka Court Ekalaka MT 214 East Park Street 59324 406-775-8754


Carter County Sheriff's Departments serve a central law enforcement role by stopping crimes and performing investigations for their jurisdiction. As part of this job, the Sheriff's Department maintains Carter County case information on criminal prosecutions for misdemeanors and felonies, which can include investigation records, Sheriff's Department testimony, and information on the outcome of a case, including convictions, sentences, settlements, or plea bargains. This case information contains important details about an individual's criminal history and provides Carter County background check details, including whether an individual is on the MT sex offender registry. Sheriff's Departments may provide online access to case information on their websites.

Carter County Sheriff's Office Ekalaka MT 101 East Park Street 59324 406-775-8743

Carter County Sheriffs Office Ekalaka MT 214 East Park Street 59324 406-775-8743


Carter County Police Departments provide law enforcement services to the Carter County, Montana community including stopping crimes and performing investigations. As part of this job, Police Departments maintain case information on legal cases in which the Carter County Police are involved. This Carter County case information can include records on criminal prosecutions for misdemeanors and felonies, police records introduced in court cases, police testimony, police investigation information, and any convictions, sentences, or plea bargains. Police case information contains important details about an individual's criminal history, and it provides critical background check information. These records also list whether an individual is on the Montana sex offender registry. Case information may be available on the Police Department website.

Ekalaka Police Department Ekalaka MT 13 Main Street North 59324 406-775-8731