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Restricted driv- 16 ing privileges applicable during the remaining sixty 60 days of the 17 suspension may be requested as provided in subsection 9 of this 18 section. No driving privi- 22 leges of any kind shall be granted during the suspension imposed pur- 23 suant to this subsection.

Any right to contest the suspen- 26 sion shall be waived if a hearing is not requested as therein provided. The notice shall be in a form 29 provided by the department and shall state: 30 i The reason and statutory grounds for the suspension; 31 ii The effective date of the suspension; 32 iii The suspension periods to which the person may be subject as 33 provided in subsection 4 a of this section; 34 iv The procedures for obtaining restricted driving privileges; 35 v The rights of the person to request an administrative hearing 36 on the suspension and that if an administrative hearing is not 37 requested within seven 7 days of service of the notice of suspen- 38 sion the right to contest the suspension shall be waived; 39 vi The procedures for obtaining an administrative hearing on the 40 suspension; 41 vii The right to judicial review of the hearing officer's decision 42 on the suspension and the procedures for seeking such review.

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If the 44 driver submits to evidentiary testing after the information in subsection 2 45 of this section has been provided and the results of the test indicate an 46 alcohol concentration or the presence of drugs or other intoxicating sub- 47 stances in violation of the provisions of section , C or 48 , Idaho Code: 49 a The peace officer shall take possession of the person's driver's 50 license, shall issue a temporary permit which shall be valid for a period 51 not to exceed thirty 30 days from the date of issuance, and, acting on 52 behalf of the department, will serve the person with a notice of suspen- 53 sion in the form and containing the information required under subsection 54 4 of this section.

The department may serve the person with a notice of 55 suspension if the peace officer failed to issue the notice of suspension 31 1 or failed to include the date of service as provided in subsection 4 b 2 of this section. If an 29 evidentiary test of blood or urine was administered rather than a breath test, 30 the peace officer or the department shall serve the notice of suspension once 31 the results are received.

The sworn statement required in this subsection 32 shall be made on forms in accordance with rules adopted by the department. After submitting to evidentiary testing at the 38 request of the peace officer, the person may, when practicable, at his own 39 expense, have additional tests for alcohol concentration or for the presence 40 of drugs or other intoxicating substances made by a person of his own choos- 41 ing. The person's failure or inability to obtain additional tests shall not 42 preclude admission of the results of evidentiary tests administered at the 43 direction of the peace officer unless additional testing was denied by the 44 peace officer.

A person who has been served 46 with a notice of suspension after submitting to an evidentiary test may 47 request an administrative hearing on the suspension before a hearing officer 48 designated by the department. The request for hearing shall be in writing and 49 must be received by the department within seven 7 calendar days of the date 50 of service upon the person of the notice of suspension, and shall include what 51 issue or issues shall be raised at the hearing.

The date on which the hearing 52 request was received shall be noted on the face of the request. Such extension shall not operate as a stay of the suspen- 2 sion and any temporary permit shall expire thirty 30 days after service of 3 the notice of suspension, notwithstanding an extension of the hearing date 4 beyond such thirty 30 day period. Written notice of the date and time of the 5 hearing shall be sent to the party requesting the hearing at least seven 7 6 days prior to the scheduled hearing date. The department may conduct all hear- 7 ings by telephone if each participant in the hearing has an opportunity to 8 participate in the entire proceeding while it is taking place.

The sworn statement of the arresting offi- 10 cer, and the copy of the notice of suspension and any temporary permit issued 11 by the officer shall be admissible at the hearing without further evidentiary 12 foundation. The results of any tests for alcohol concentration or the presence 13 of drugs or other intoxicating substances by analysis of blood, urine or 14 breath administered at the direction of the peace officer and the records 15 relating to calibration, certification, approval or quality control pertaining 16 to equipment utilized to perform the tests shall be admissible as provided in 17 section 4 , Idaho Code.

The arresting officer shall not be required to 18 participate unless directed to do so by a subpoena issued by the hearing offi- 19 cer. The hearing officer shall make findings of 40 fact and conclusions of law on each issue and shall enter an order vacating or 41 sustaining the suspension. If the suspension is vacated, the person's driver's 42 license, unless unavailable by reason of an existing suspension, revocation, 43 cancellation, disqualification or denial shall be returned to him.

The find- 44 ings of fact, conclusions of law and order entered by the hearing officer 45 shall be considered a final order pursuant to the provisions of chapter 52, 46 title 67, Idaho Code, except that motions for reconsideration of such order 47 shall be allowed and new evidence can be submitted. The disposition of those criminal 51 charges shall not affect the suspension required to be imposed under the pro- 52 visions of this section.

If a license is suspended under this section and the 53 person is also convicted on criminal charges arising out of the same occur- 54 rence for a violation of the provisions of section , C or 55 , Idaho Code, both the suspension under this section and the suspension 33 1 imposed pursuant to the provisions of section or , Idaho Code, 2 shall be imposed, but the periods of suspension shall run concurrently, with 3 the total period of suspension not to exceed the longer of the applicable sus- 4 pension periods, unless the court ordering the suspension in the criminal case 5 orders to the contrary.

A party aggrieved by the decision of the hearing 7 officer may seek judicial review of the decision in the manner provided for 8 judicial review of final agency action provided in chapter 52, title 67, Idaho 9 Code.

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A person served with a notice of sus- 11 pension for ninety 90 days pursuant to this section may apply to the depart- 12 ment for restricted driving privileges, to become effective after the thirty 13 30 day absolute suspension has been completed. The request may be made at 14 any time after service of the notice of suspension. Restricted driving privi- 15 leges will be issued for the person to travel to and from work and for work 16 purposes, to attend an alternative high school, work on a GED, for post- 17 secondary education, or to meet the medical needs of the person or his family 18 if the person is eligible for restricted driving privileges.

http://presskit.pockettroops.com/orar-y-meditar-con-el-evangelio.php The department may adopt rules under the provisions of chapter 20 52, title 67, Idaho Code, deemed necessary to implement the provisions of this 21 section. Any per- 6 son who does not take a test to determine alcohol concentration or whose test 7 result is determined by the court to be unreliable or inadmissible against 8 him, may be prosecuted for driving or being in actual physical control of a 9 motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or any other 10 intoxicating substances, on other competent evidence.

Analysis of blood, urine or breath 20 for the purpose of determining the alcohol concentration shall be performed by 21 a laboratory operated by the Idaho department of law enforcement state police 22 or by a laboratory approved by the Idaho department of law enforcement state 23 police under the provisions of approval and certification standards to be set 24 by that department, or by any other method approved by the Idaho department of 25 law enforcement state police. Notwithstanding any other provision of law or 26 rule of court, the results of any test for alcohol concentration and records 27 relating to calibration, approval, certification or quality control performed 28 by a laboratory operated or approved by the Idaho department of law enforce- 29 ment state police or by any other method approved by the Idaho department of 30 law enforcement state police shall be admissible in any proceeding in this 31 state without the necessity of producing a witness to establish the reliabil- 32 ity of the testing procedure for examination.

The 39 fact that any person charged with a violation of the provisions of this sub- 40 section is or has been entitled to use such drug under the laws of this state 41 shall not constitute a defense against any charge of a violation of the provi- 42 sions of this subsection. A conviction for the purposes of this section 49 means that the person has pled guilty or has been found guilty, notwithstand- 50 ing the form of the judgment s or withheld judgment s.

That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 52 amended to read as follows: 53 As used in this chapter: 35 1 1 "Civil disorder" means any public disturbance involving acts of vio- 2 lence by an assemblage of two 2 or more persons which acts cause an immedi- 3 ate danger of or result in damage or injury to the property or person of any 4 other individual.

As used in this chapter: 25 1 "Board" means the sexual offender classification board described in 26 section , Idaho Code. That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 9 amended to read as follows: 10 In accordance with section , Idaho Code, 27 the record produced by the board pursuant to this section shall be kept confi- 28 dential and privileged from disclosure, provided the record shall be made 29 available, upon request, to the governor and the chairman of the senate judi- 30 ciary and rules committee and the chairman of the house of representatives 31 judiciary, rules and administration committee, for all lawful purposes.

Dis- 32 tribution of the report by a board member or an employee of the board to any 33 person not specifically listed in this section shall be a misdemeanor. This information can be 37 obtained through a public records request made to the sexual offender registry 38 maintained by the department of law enforcement Idaho state police. The department of law enforce- 47 ment Idaho state police shall establish and maintain within the central sex 48 offender registry a separate registry of juvenile sex offenders.

The registry 49 shall include fingerprints, photographs, and information collected from sub- 50 mitted forms and other communications relating to notice of duty to register, 51 sex offender registration, and notice of address change. Information in the 37 1 registry of juvenile sex offenders is subject to release to criminal justice 2 agencies pursuant to section , Idaho Code, and to the public pursuant 3 to section , Idaho Code. That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 5 amended to read as follows: 6 With respect to a 7 juvenile sex offender sentenced to probation without a period of detention, 8 the court shall provide at the time of sentencing written notification of the 9 duty to register.

The written notification shall be a form provided by the 10 department of law enforcement Idaho state police and shall be signed by the 11 juvenile and the parents or guardian of the juvenile. One 1 copy shall be 12 retained by the court, one 1 copy shall be provided to the offender, and one 13 1 copy shall be submitted within three 3 working days to the central reg- 14 istry. With 18 respect to a juvenile sex offender sentenced to a period of detention, the 19 county shall provide, prior to release, written notification of the duty to 20 register.

With respect to a juvenile sex offender committed to the custody of 21 the department of juvenile corrections, the department shall provide, prior to 22 release, written notification of the duty to register. The written notifica- 23 tion shall be a form provided by the department of law enforcement Idaho state 24 police and shall be signed by the juvenile and the parents or guardian of the 25 juvenile.

One 1 copy shall be retained by the department of juvenile correc- 26 tions, one 1 copy shall be provided to the offender, and one 1 copy shall 27 be submitted within three 3 working days to the central registry. That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 29 amended to read as follows: 30 The 31 department of law enforcement Idaho state police shall provide to the superin- 32 tendent of public instruction, quarterly and on request, a list of registered 33 juvenile sex offenders in the state. The superintendent of public instruction 34 subsequently shall notify a school district or private school regarding the 35 enrollment of a registered juvenile sex offender.

The superintendent shall 36 also notify the district or school of the offender's probationary status or 37 treatment status, if known. That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 39 amended to read as follows: 40 There is hereby 41 established in the department of law enforcement Idaho state police the Idaho 42 peace officer standards and training council.

That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 15 amended to read as follows: 16 The annual reim- 53 bursements authorized by this section shall not exceed the funds available 39 1 for such purpose and authorized by section B, Idaho Code. The Indian tribal law enforcement 6 agency shall reimburse the peace officer standards and training academy 7 for the officer's training.

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Upon satisfactory completion of the peace 8 officer standards and training academy, the tribal peace officer shall 9 receive a certificate of satisfactorily completing the academy. Any 26 such chief of police or state agency administrator employed in such capacity 27 prior to July 1, , shall be exempt from certification.

The council may decertify any officer who pleads guilty or is 34 found guilty, regardless of the form of judgment or withheld judgment of: 35 1 Any felony or offense which would be a felony if committed in this 36 state; 37 2 Any misdemeanor; 38 3 Any unlawful use, possession, sale or delivery of any controlled sub- 39 stance; or who 40 4 Willfully or otherwise falsifies or omits any information to obtain 41 any certified status; or who 42 5 Violates any of the standards of conduct as established by the 43 council's code of ethics, as adopted and amended by the council.

If any person fails to comply with any subpoena 15 issued under this section or refuses to testify on any matter on which he law- 16 fully may be interrogated, compliance with such subpoena shall be sought in 17 the district court wherein such subpoena was served. The council shall report annually to the gover- 21 nor and legislature through the director of the department of law enforcement 22 Idaho state police on its activities and may make such other reports and rec- 23 ommendations as it deems desirable. That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 7 amended to read as follows: 8 The director of the department of 10 law enforcement of the state of Idaho state police shall establish a 11 teletypewriter communications network which will interconnect the criminal 12 justice agencies of this state and its political subdivisions and all agencies 13 engaged in the promotion of highway safety into a unified teletypewriter com- 14 munications system.

The director is authorized to lease such transmitting and 15 receiving facilities and equipment as may be necessary to establish and main- 16 tain such teletypewriter communications network. The teletypewriter communications network shall be 18 used exclusively for the law enforcement business of the state of Idaho and 19 all the political subdivisions thereof, including all agencies engaged in the 20 promotion of traffic safety.

Nothing in this act shall prohibit the 22 use of or participation in the teletypewriter communications herein provided 23 by the judicial branch of the state government or by any other department, 24 agency or branch of state or local government engaged in traffic safety. The monthly rental to be charged each department or agency 26 participating in the teletypewriter communications network on a terminal or 27 unit basis shall be set by the teletypewriter communications board and in set- 28 ting such rental charge the board shall take into consideration the usage of 29 said network by each participant and of the economic position of each partici- 30 pant.

There is hereby created the teletypewriter communications network 31 account fund. All rental and use fees collected under the provisions of this 32 chapter shall be paid into the account fund. The teletypewriter communications network pro- 34 vided for herein is hereby authorized to connect and participate with 35 teletypewriter communications network systems of other states and provinces of 36 Canada. The term Idaho law enforcement teletypewriter 24 system ILETS shall mean the teletypewriter system established by the direc- 25 tor of the department of law enforcement Idaho state police pursuant to sub- 26 section 1 of section , Idaho Code, and shall not apply to any type of 27 voice-oriented transmission whether it be by mobile radio, microwave or tele- 28 phone.

Members of said board shall be compensated as 30 provided by section b , Idaho Code, which expenses shall be paid from 31 moneys appropriated for the funding of this act. The director is authorized to 36 apply for and accept federal funds granted by the congress of the United 37 States, or by executive order, all of which must be deposited in the 38 teletypewriter communication network account fund , and which may be expended 39 only after a legislative appropriation.

The director may accept gifts and 40 donations from individuals and private organizations or foundations for all or 41 any of the purposes of chapter 52, title 19, Idaho Code. That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 43 amended to read as follows: 44 The director of the department of 45 law enforcement of the state of Idaho state police shall be the executive 46 officer of the teletypewriter communications network board and shall be 47 responsible for the carrying out of the policies and rules of the board and 48 with the management and expenditures of such funds as may be appropriated to 49 implement this act.

That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 51 amended to read as follows: 43 1 As used in this chapter: 2 1 "Department" means the Idaho department of law enforcement state 3 police. That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 51 amended to read as follows: 44 1 The department of law enforcement Idaho state police through the 3 bureau of forensic services shall be responsible for the policy management and 4 administration of the state's database and databank identification program. That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 8 amended to read as follows: 9 The Idaho department of 10 law enforcement state police , in consultation with the Idaho attorney 11 general's office, the Idaho department of correction, the Idaho chiefs of 12 police association, the Idaho state sheriff's association, and the Idaho pros- 13 ecuting attorney's association, shall adopt policies, procedures and rules for 14 implementation of this chapter, and ensure that DNA samples are collected from 15 qualifying offenders in a timely manner.

The director may designate additional 16 persons and organizations to provide consultation in implementing the provi- 17 sions of this chapter.

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The 2 DNA samples shall be collected in accordance with procedures established by 3 the bureau of forensic services. The director may designate a state or county 4 correctional facility for sample collection. If the person is not incarcerated at the time of sentencing, 12 the court shall order the person to report within ten 10 working days to the 13 facilities designated for the collection of such specimens.

The DNA sample and thumbprint impression 25 shall be collected from the person during the intake process at the reception 26 center designated by the director of the department of correction as soon as 27 possible. A person who was convicted prior to the effective date of this chapter 34 is not exempt from these requirements.

If the offender 51 from another state is not confined, the samples and impression required by 52 this chapter must be provided within ten 10 working days after the offender 53 reports to the supervising agent or within ten 10 working days of notice to 54 the offender, whichever occurs first. The person shall report to the desig- 55 nated sample collection facility or facilities to have the sample and impres- 47 1 sion taken. If the offender from another state is confined, he or she shall 2 provide the DNA sample and thumbprint impression as soon as practicable after 3 receipt in a state or county correctional facility or other facility, and, in 4 any event, before completion of the person's term of imprisonment, if that 5 person is to be discharged.

That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 13 amended to read as follows: 14 Any person subject to the terms of 15 this chapter who has not provided a DNA sample and thumbprint impression for 16 any reason, including the person's release prior to the enactment of this 17 chapter, an oversight or error, or because of the person's transfer from 18 another jurisdiction shall give a DNA sample and thumbprint impression for 19 inclusion in the state's DNA database and databank within ten 10 working 20 days of such person being notified of this requirement by the department of 21 law enforcement Idaho state police , the department of correction or an officer 22 of the court.


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The samples and impressions shall be collected in a facility 23 designated by the department of law enforcement Idaho state police. The DNA samples 35 and thumbprint impressions shall thereafter be forwarded to the bureau of 36 forensic services for analysis of DNA. The right thumbprint impression shall be taken on a 39 form prescribed by the department of law enforcement Idaho state police. That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 48 1 amended to read as follows: 2 The court has the discretion to grant or deny the request for 12 expungement.

A trial court's denial of a request for expungement is an order 13 not subject to appeal. That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 41 amended to read as follows: 42 Dissemination of this information to law 3 enforcement agencies and prosecuting attorneys' offices outside the state 4 shall be done in conformity with the provisions of this chapter.

It is also not a violation of this section to 20 include information obtained from a file in a transcript or record of a judi- 21 cial proceeding or in any other public record when the inclusion of the infor- 22 mation in the public record is authorized by a court, statute or case law.

That Section , Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby 24 amended to read as follows: 25 Status offenses are truancy, running away from or 37 being beyond the control of parents, guardian, or legal custodian and cur- 38 few violations.

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Status offenders shall not be placed in any jail facility 39 but instead may be placed in juvenile shelter care facilities, except in 40 the case of runaways, when there is a specific detention request from a 41 foreign jurisdiction to hold the juvenile pending transportation arrange- 42 ments. The judge may issue the order or warrant after 45 finding that there is reasonable cause to believe that the juvenile comes 46 within the purview of this chapter.

Such taking into custody shall not be 47 deemed an arrest. Jurisdiction of the court shall attach from the time the 48 juvenile is taken into custody.