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     Idaho Statutes

Idaho Statutes are updated to the website July 1 following the legislative session.


18-8008A.  Electronic monitoring devices. (1) If a person is convicted, is found guilty, pleads guilty or receives a withheld judgment for violating any of the provisions of this chapter and has had any or all of a sentence or fine suspended for the violation, the court, in its discretion, may impose the sanction provided for in this section in addition to any other penalty or fine imposed pursuant to this chapter.
(2)  The court may order the person to use electronic monitoring devices to record the person’s movements if, as a condition of probation, the person has been given restricted driving privileges between certain times, has been placed under a curfew or has been ordered confined to his residence during times certain. Nothing in this subsection shall restrict the court’s usage of electronic monitoring devices to supervise a defendant on probation for other offenses.
(3)  If a court orders a defendant to use an electronic monitoring device pursuant to this section, and the court, or its probation department, furnishes the defendant with the device, the court may order the defendant to pay a reasonable fee for utilizing the equipment. All fees collected pursuant to this section shall be in addition to any other fines or penalty provided by law and shall be deposited in the court interlock device and electronic monitoring device fund created in section 18-8010, Idaho Code.

[18-8008A, added 2018, ch. 254, sec. 6, p. 602.]

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