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Judge warns Fox, others after DUI program letter

A Libby judge who ruled that a drunken-driving prevention program is unconstitutional has warned the Montana attorney general and 11 others that he will penalize them if they contact him again about the program outside of a courtroom.


The warning by District Judge James Wheelis in Libby came last month in an order filed after he received a letter signed by Attorney General Tim Fox, prosecutors and law enforcement officials promoting the 24/7 Sobriety Program.

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