TRAFFIC — ENFORCEMENT AND GENERAL PROVISIONS
49-1412. Release of defendant when magistrate not available. Whenever any person is taken into custody by an officer for the purpose of taking him before a magistrate as authorized or required in this chapter upon any charge other than a felony or the offenses enumerated in subsections (1)(a) through (d) of section 49-1405, Idaho Code, and no magistrate is available at the time of arrest, and there is no bail schedule established by any magistrate or court and no lawfully designated court clerk or other public officer who is available and authorized to accept bail upon behalf of the magistrate or court, the person shall be released from custody upon the issuance to him of a written traffic citation and his signing a promise to appear.
[49-1412, added 1988, ch. 265, sec. 348, p. 748.]
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