Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 25
ANIMALS
CHAPTER 19
MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES RELATING TO LIVESTOCK
25-1910.  Civil damages and other penalties upon theft or unlawful destruction of furbearing animals raised for commercial purposes or livestock. (1) In addition to the criminal penalties that may be imposed upon a person convicted of theft or unlawful destruction of furbearing animals raised for commercial purposes or livestock, the court shall assess civil damages against the defendant in any amount necessary to fully compensate the owner of the furbearing animals raised for commercial purposes or livestock for his loss, which amount shall be paid to the owner, and any amount necessary to fully compensate any trade association which has paid out rewards which led to the arrest and conviction of the defendant in the particular case, which amount shall be paid to the trade association.
(2)  Any person who intentionally and without permission of the owner releases any furbearing animals raised for commercial purposes is guilty of a felony and the court may assess civil damages against the defendant in any amount necessary to compensate the owner of the furbearing animals raised for commercial purposes. Additionally, any person who intentionally destroys or conspires to destroy any paper or electronic record of a furbearing animal raised for commercial purposes shall be guilty of a felony and the court may assess civil damages against the defendant in any amount necessary to compensate the owner of the furbearing animals raised for commercial purposes.

History:
[25-1910, added 1983, ch. 19, sec. 3, p. 55; am. 1990, ch. 126, sec. 3, p. 297; am. 1999, ch. 158, sec. 1, p. 436.]


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