M 2012 Idaho General Election

S.J.R. 102 - Clarifying probation jurisdiction

About this measure

Adds one word, “felony,” to the section on management of adult probation in the state, to reflect current practice and clarify that counties manage misdemeanor probation, while the state Corrections Department handles felony cases.


Ballot text:

Shall Section 5, Article X, of the Constitution of the State of Idaho be amended to provide that the state board of correction shall have the control, direction and management of adult felony probation and parole?

Last updated: Nov. 7, 5:30 p.m. Election results

OptionVotesPct
Yes 454,212 74.40%
No 156,306 25.60%
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