2017 Idaho Statutes
Title 34 - ELECTIONS
Chapter 21 - ELECTION CONTESTS ACT
Section 34-2111 - TESTIMONY — HOW TAKEN, CERTIFIED AND PRESERVED.
34-2111. TESTIMONY — HOW TAKEN, CERTIFIED AND PRESERVED. The testimony by deposition upon oral examination must be taken and preserved pursuant to the provisions of the Idaho rules of civil procedure. The deposition record must be entitled: "Deposition taken in the matter of the contest of the election of [INSERT NAME OF CONTESTEE HERE] to the office of….," and be directed to the secretary of state, who must preserve the same, until the meeting of the legislature. Any testimony taken pursuant to this section must be filed with the secretary of state. Upon request of a presiding officer, the secretary of state must provide copies of depositions to the requesting presiding officer in a timely manner, prior to the time established in section 34-2114, Idaho Code.
[34-2111, added 2017, ch. 293, sec. 2, p. 771.]
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