Montana Title 45. Crimes § 45-3-112. Investigation of alleged offense involving claim of justifiable use of force

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When an investigation is conducted by a peace officer of an incident that appears to have or is alleged to have involved justifiable use of force, the investigation must be conducted so as to disclose all evidence, including testimony concerning the alleged offense and that might support the apparent or alleged justifiable use of force.

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