Idaho Statutes Title 19. Criminal Procedure § 19-404. Absence of defendant from state

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If, when the offense is committed, the defendant is out of the state, the indictment may be found within the term herein limited after his coming within the state, and no time during which the defendant is not an inhabitant of, or usually resident within, the state is part of the limitation.

(a) The department or the department's designee shall offer at least two basic animal control courses every calendar year in each of the department's zoonosis control regions.

(b) The department or the department's designee shall offer at least 12 hours of continuing education animal control courses each calendar year in each of the department's zoonosis control regions.

(c) The department shall ensure the additional availability of animal control courses through sponsors approved by the department, which may include the Texas Animal Control Association.

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