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We are available from 8am-5pm. However, passport processing ends at 4:30pm.
Yes. You can pay your court fines and fees online by visiting iCourt Portal.
You can make a request to appear at your hearing via Zoom by submitting a motion and order to the court. After that request has been received by the court, the Judge will make a decision. If your request is granted, the Zoom information will be provided to you. If you have an attorney, please contact him/her to make this request for you. Before the date of your hearing, please make sure you are able to log into Zoom and that you have the appropriate audio and video capabilities to attend the hearing.
You have the opportunity to apply for a public defender at your arraignment hearing. You also have the ability to apply for a public defender at any time after your arraignment by filling out and filing with the court an Application for Public Defender.
Yes. You must complete and return the form within 10 days from the date the form was mailed to you.
Yes. Please fill out your contact information, including your current address, select No on the "I am a resident of Fremont County" line on page 2, sign, date, and return to the court.
In accordance with Idaho Code § 2-206, jury lists are compiled from voter registration and driver's license files. If you have not notified the court to update your current address outside of the county, you may receive a Jury Qualification Form.
You may complete the form on their behalf. Please sign your name and list your relation to the prospective juror on the bottom of pages 2 and 3. Please also provide the reason you are completing the form on their behalf.
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Fremont County Sewer ordinance 2010-09 states that "no customer shall discharge, or cause to be discharged, any storm water, surface water, ground water, clean water, roof run off, subsurface drainage, septic waste, metal sludge, injected storm water, toxic matter or hazardous waste into the sewer system."
Marriage licenses are issued in the Recorder's Office. If you are married in Idaho, you must obtain a marriage license.
If you are married in another state, you will need to get a license from that state. Two copies of the license are issued - one is for the couple, the other is sent in by the person who performed the ceremony to be recorded.
Judge, mayor, or minister. You will need to contact these people early so you will be placed on their calendar.
On or before November 1 of each year, each Idaho snowmobile owner must register the snowmobile with the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation. The department or its authorized vendors will issue the owner a pair of validation stickers and a registration. The registration fee is $45.50 ($59.50 for Non-Resident). From that amount, $1 goes to Idaho Search and Rescue and $1.50 to the vendor who sells the registration.The owner may designate the county of primary use. The department sends 85% of the registration fee to that county. All registrations are valid from November 1 to October 31 of the following year.
The registration stickers must be placed on the right and left sides of the cowling of the snowmobile and should be completely visible and in a legible condition at all times. Each snowmobile must be registered before it leaves the premises at the time of sale from any retail snowmobile dealer, according to Section 67-7103, Idaho Code. The purchaser of a snowmobile, with has been previously registered, must transfer the registration within 15 days of the sale. Vendors will prepare a new registration with the name and address of the new owner. The transfer fee is $4.50. An application for an Idaho title must be filed at the nearest County Assessor's Office.
Idaho requires all out-of-state snowmobilers to purchase a nonresident snowmobile user certificate. The certificate costs $32.50 and is available at authorized snowmobile registration vendors. Nonresidents may designate their certificate fees to the county snowmobile program of their primary use.
For more information on the location of the nearest vendor, call the IDPR Registration Section at 800-247-6332 (in-state) or call 208-334-4197 (out-of-state).
In Idaho, a claim for benefits under the Crime Victims Compensation Act may be filed by:
To be eligible to receive financial assistance, the following conditions must be met:
The Crime Victims Compensation Program provides funds to the victim/claimant after all other sources of payment have been exhausted, up to a maximum of $25,000. When your claim is approved, payment may be made for reasonable expenses which are the direct result of the crime, including:
Note: Additional limits on the amount paid by this program may exist.
Under the program, there are certain expenses related to a crime that are not covered under the Crime Victims Compensation Act. This includes expenses related to:
To file a claim for benefits under the Crime Victims Compensation Act, you will need to complete a Crime Victim's Application for Compensation form. You can obtain the form at any of these locations:
The Crime Victims Compensation Program is funded by:
According to Idaho law, the victim/claimant is entitled to reimbursement from the guilty party for expenses directly related to the crime. This reimbursement is called restitution.
The victim/claimant should contact the county prosecuting attorney's office about ordering restitution as soon after the charges are filed as possible. The prosecuting attorney's office will assist in preparing a restitution statement to inform the judge of your reimbursable expenses and enable the judge to determine and order the appropriate restitution. If restitution is determined inappropriate, an order giving the reasons for the denial will be issued by the court.
When the victim/claimant is awarded restitution after receiving benefits from the Crime Victims Compensation Program, the Crime Victims Program is reimbursed first, with the remainder paid to the victim/claimant.
Upon receipt of a Crime Victim's Application for Compensation form, the Case Manager requests copies of documentation of the crime, since there must be documented proof that the victim meets eligibility requirements before financial assistance can be provided. Documentation may be obtained from law enforcement agencies, prosecuting attorneys, related community agencies (i.e. the Department of Health and Welfare, Child Protective Services), witnesses, physicians, service providers, etc. The victim/claimant may be requested to provide additional information about the criminal incident.
Once the requested information is received, a determination is made to award benefits or deny the claim. The victim/claimant will receive written notification from the Crime Victims Compensation Program of the decision.
No, the offender does not have to be convicted for the victim to be eligible for compensation. However, a victim/claimant must fully cooperate with law enforcement and court officials, and there needs to be sufficient evidence to show there was a crime committed.
Insurance benefits and other available resources must be used or exhausted prior to payment of benefits by the Crime Victims Compensation Program. If benefits from these sources do not cover the full amount of losses, funds from the Crime Victims Compensation Program may be applied to the remaining obligations.
Other sources for payment include: health insurance, life insurance, Medicaid/Medicare, veterans benefits, workers' compensation, social security, disability insurance, sick leave paid by employers, restitution from the offender, and employee assistance programs.
The Idaho Industrial Commission is the state agency responsible for administering the Idaho Crime Victims Compensation Act. The Commission administers the Act because of its expertise in dealing with the disabled and resolving disputes.
This is published for informational purposes only and is not a detailed description of all your rights under the law. Contact the Idaho Industrial Commission Crime Victims Compensation Program office in Boise if you have questions or need further clarification. A printed version of this publication is available upon request in large print and on audio cassette.
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Publication costs are available from the Industrial Commission in accordance with s60-202, Idaho Code.
Send completed application forms or address your questions about the Crime Victims Compensation Program to:Idaho Industrial CommissionCrime Victims Compensation Program317 Main Street, P.O. Box 83720,Boise, ID 83720-0041
Phone: 208-334-6080 or 800-950-2110 (voice and TDD)Fax: 208-334-2321
Any charged felony or misdemeanor involving physical injury or threat of physical injury, sexual assault offenses, and juvenile offenses involving acts that would be considered felonies if committed by adults.
Any individual who suffers direct or threatened physical, financial or emotional harm as a result of a crime or juvenile offense. Rights apply to the immediate families of homicide victims, or victims that are unable to exercise these rights, such as children. The court may designate someone from the family to exercise these rights.
When a criminal complaint or juvenile petition is filed by the prosecuting attorney. This is when a case is filed with the court (charged), NOT when a statement is given to the officer. To exercise your rights as a victim, you must make a written request to the District Court on a form provided by the prosecuting attorney.
The elected or appointed official who represents the interests of the people of the State of Idaho for the county or city where they work. Under Idaho's Constitution, they must choose which cases to prosecute or charge.
Fremont County has a Victims' Rights Coordinator. Contact Eunice Mora-Valles.
Your prescription discount card is provided to you free of charge by the county.
No. Everyone in the family may use the same card if desired.
Yes, if your pet has been prescribed a medication that is also used to treat a human condition, you may receive a discount on the medication by taking the prescription to a participating retail pharmacy.
Yes, just use your card to start saving immediately. Present your prescription discount card at a participating retail pharmacy when you fill or refill your prescriptions.
Please visit NACO online to print a live ID card or call toll-free 877-321-2652.
Not usually. However, discounts are available for many diabetic supplies.
This is not insurance; it is a prescription discount program. The card provides immediate discounts at the pharmacy. Upon presenting your card to the pharmacist, you will pay the lower of a discounted price or the pharmacy's regular retail price. There are no claim forms to fill out and no limit to the number of times you can use the card. These discounts are available only at participating retail pharmacies.
Your card cannot be used in conjunction with insurance. However, you are able to use your card to purchase prescriptions that are not covered by these plans.
Yes, you can use your prescription discount card anytime you need to purchase a prescription that is not covered by your Medicare prescription plan or any other insurance.
No. Only use your prescription discount card to purchase non-covered medications.
No. You need to present either your Medicare prescription plan card or your prescription discount card. Only use your prescription discount card when purchasing medications not covered by your Medicare prescription plan.
Yes, you can continue to use your prescription discount card just as you do today.
The prescription discount card is accepted at more than 60,000 retail pharmacies nationwide, including many of the leading chains. Ask your local pharmacy if they participate, visit NACO online and search using the "Locate a Pharmacy" (use the fourth link in the Quick Links) function or call toll-free 877-321-2652 to find out if a specific pharmacy participates in the program.
While savings on each prescription may vary, you can save an average of 24% off of the pharmacy's regular retail prices for prescriptions. In addition, my may save more by choosing from our list of select medications. This list is comprised of products offering additional savings.
Yes. You will receive the best price available to you through this program at the pharmacy. On occasion, pharmacies will price a particular medication lower than the discount rate provided by the card. If that occurs, you will receive the lower price.
Because prices can vary by location, only the actual pharmacy can tell you the exact price of the prescription. However, you can look up an estimated price for medications online, or call toll-free 877-321-2652.
Drug prices are different from pharmacy to pharmacy. Even chains have different prices in their stores depending on the population they are servicing. Additionally, manufacturers' drug prices change periodically.
Because a pharmacy’s retail price or usual and customary charge can differ greatly by pharmacy, your exact percentage of savings may vary depending on the prescription.
No, always present your prescription discount card at a participating pharmacy so you will receive the lowest price available from the pharmacy for that prescription medicine on that day. You will receive the flat rate price when applicable and the prescription discount card discounted price when it is lower.
Yes, always present your prescription discount card when buying prescriptions not covered by a prescription drug benefit plan. For medicine on a generic pricing list, you will pay either the flat rate or the prescription discount card price, whichever is lower.
No, when presenting your prescription discount card, you will receive either the pharmacy's regular price for the prescription medicine or the prescription discount card discounted price, whichever is lower. If the flat rate price for select generics is lower than the prescription discount card price, you will pay the flat rate. With the prescription discount card, you will receive the best price available for your prescription medicine on that day from that pharmacy.
Specialty pharmacy offers delivery of injectable and select oral specialty medication and supplies to the location of your choice. Services include delivery notification and refill reminder calls to help you stay on your treatment plan. You'll also receive expert care services including counseling, follow up care calls, informative disease-related materials, and access to health experts 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Medications for a variety of chronic conditions including multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, cystic fibrosis, hemophilia, infertility, immunologic disorders, Crohn's disease, Gaucher disease, pulmonary hypertension, Fabry disease, MPS 1, blood dyscrasia, growth hormone deficiency, respiratory syncytial virus, hepatitis C and more are available through specialty pharmacy.
Program operated by CVS Caremark.
This is not insurance. Discounts are only available at any participating pharmacy.