A Hellgate high student was given an undisclosed punishment this week for fabricating a metal item in welding shop that looked like a rifle. The item had no working parts and was not an actual weapon, but from a distance could be mistaken for one. The boy was taking the project home after completing it in class, but authorities were altered when someone spotted the item just outside of school grounds. Even toy weapons are not allowed on school grounds per school policy.
Marty is a former criminal prosecutor in the Cascade County Attorney’s Office and now uses that experience to defend those accused of crimes. A University of Montana School of Law graduate, Marty focuses his practice on personal injury and criminal defense and is a premier DUI defense attorney. He is also well versed in the insurance claims industry and has negotiated significant settlements with nearly every major insurance company.