Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 18
CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
CHAPTER 83
SEXUAL OFFENDER REGISTRATION NOTIFICATION AND COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW ACT
18-8328.  Action for relief by offender or juvenile offender. Any person who is required to register pursuant to chapter 83, title 18, Idaho Code, or chapter 84, title 18, Idaho Code, may file a petition in a district court in the judicial district where the person resides, to have relief from the provisions of section 18-8327 or 18-8414, Idaho Code, pertaining to employment in or being upon or remaining on the premises of a day care center, group day care facility or family day care home while children are present, other than to drop off or pick up the sex offender’s or juvenile sex offender’s child or children. To be granted relief pursuant to this section, the person shall show by clear and convincing evidence that the person required to register pursuant to chapter 83, title 18, Idaho Code, or chapter 84, title 18, Idaho Code, does not pose a threat to children in a day care center, group day care facility or family day care home, it has been at least ten (10) years since the person’s last conviction, finding of guilt or adjudication that required the person to register pursuant to chapter 83, title 18, Idaho Code, or chapter 84, title 18, Idaho Code, and the petitioner presents testimony from a licensed physician or psychologist about the petitioner’s chance of success of not committing an act against children.

History:
[18-8328, added 2004, ch. 270, sec. 6, p. 756.]


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