The Law and Justice Interim Committee (LJIC) meets June 28 at 9:30 a.m. in room 102 of the state Capitol. A tentative agenda and other meeting materials are available at the committee's website: https://leg.mt.gov/committees/interim/2019ljic/.
At this organizational meeting, the LJIC will elect officers and plan its work for the 2019-2020 interim. Along with its statutory duties, the committee will consider four interim studies assigned to it by the Legislative Council. The studies are:
- HJ 31: Study of the Montana Board of Crime Control
- HJ 36: Study compensation for wrongfully convicted
- HJ 43: Study of post-conviction procedures and DNA evidence
- SJ 19: Study sex offender and violent offender registries
Meeting materials, including a proposed work plan for the committee, are available on the website. There will be time for public comment on the studies and work plan, as well as for other issues under the jurisdiction of the LJIC.
The meeting will be streamed live online at the Legislature's website and will be broadcast on the Montana Public Affairs Network (MPAN).
For more information about the meeting, including the agenda, visit the LJIC's website or contact committee staff.
Committee website: https://leg.mt.gov/committees/interim/2019ljic/
Committee staff: Rachel Weiss, firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-444-5367