Jared Olson is one of the longest-serving Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutors in the country. For years, Jared has collaborated with criminal justice professionals across Idaho and educated law enforcement and prosecutors across the country to ensure more effective adjudication of impaired driving cases.
Life in prison without the possibility of parole – Bruce Marchant sentenced in Ada County Courthouse for the premeditated murder of an 18-year-old Boise University College student:
25-year-old Kristopher A. Richins of Nampa sentenced to serve three to 12 years in prison, register as a sex offender, provide a DNA sample to the Idaho database, in addition to a few other orders for sexual battery of a minor:
20-year-old Dakota McClain of Idaho Falls, sentenced to serve two to 25 years in prison for sexually molesting a child over the course of 12 years:
Glenn J. Tures, 46-year old man in Twin Falls, sentenced to serve 25 years to life in prison for the murder of Anessia Winterholer:
Jeffrey D. Williams, 45-year old man from Elk, Washington, sentenced in Idaho’s First District court for burglarizing a Rathdrum home, stealing the owners vehicle, and fleeing police:
Ryan McDonald, 33-year old Ammon man, sentenced to jail time and probation for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon:
Dallin Haymore, 21-year old Idaho Falls man, sentenced 45 days in jail and four years of probation for shaking his infant son:
Deena Aday sentenced in Idaho Falls for obstruction of justice:
Tennessee Prosecutor Karen Willis receives the Middle Tennessee Law Enforcement Network Prosecutor of the Year award for her efforts in streamlining misdemeanor DUI court cases:
Lucas County Common Pleas Court adds a comfort canine, a one-year old golden retriever “Ezra,” to their list of employees to aid victims/witnesses with the stresses of their trial.