Idaho Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 82(c)(2). Assignment of Additional Cases to Attorney Magistrates.
The jurisdiction of an attorney magistrate is the same as that of a district judge, but the cases assignable to an attorney magistrate shall be those assignable to all magistrates and the following additional cases may be assigned to attorney magistrates when approved by the administrative district judge of a judicial district:
(A) Civil actions regardless of the nature of the action, where the amount of damages or value of the property claimed does not exceed $10,000;
(B) All proceedings involving the custody of minors incidental to divorce proceedings, all adoption proceedings pursuant to chapter 15, title 16, Idaho Code, all termination of parent-child relationship pursuant to chapter 20, title 16, Idaho Code, all paternity proceedings, and all actions for change of name;
(C) All proceedings for divorce, separate maintenance or annulment, including orders to show cause, hearings and issuance of restraining orders; and including all proceedings pursuant to the revised Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act and Idaho Code, section 32-710A;
(D) Such order of the district judges stating the jurisdiction of attorney magistrates shall be posted in a conspicuous place in the clerk's office in each county in the district and published in the Idaho State Bar Desk Book;
(E) All habeas corpus proceedings regardless of the nature or origin, including all habeas corpus proceedings involved in a criminal proceeding or conviction.
(Amended July 2, 1976, effective October 1, 1976; amended March 31, 1978, effective July 1, 1978; amended November 25, 1980, effective January 1, 1981; amended March 30, 1984, effective July 1, 1984.)
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