Teton County Sheriff's Office
Teton County Idaho - 230 N Main St., Driggs ID 83422, (208) 354-2323
The primary responsibility for our Civil personnel is to assist the general public and state in serving civil and court documents to individuals regarding civil and criminal actions being brought against them.
The Civil Processes Unit is responsible for booking, filing, serving and enforcing court orders and a variety of other documents issued by the garnishment, restraining orders and foreclosures of real or personal property. This is accomplished through the service of income and property executions, notices and a variety of other civil/criminal summonses, processes and complaints.
Civil process services must be done in strict compliance with Idaho Code. Timelines and accuracy in the service of legal documents, record keeping and returns to the Court are mandated by law. The service of Civil process is a primary responsibility of the Sheriff as defined in the Idaho Code. It is imperative that Civil deputies and office staff comply completely and precisely with the laws governing civil process.
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Note: Civil procedure is different than criminal procedure. In a criminal case, the Sheriff's Office represents the State of Idaho and performs criminal investigations. In civil cases, the TCSO is the intermediary party. The TCSO does not represent the plaintiff or the defendant in the case. You must have court-issued civil documents in your possession in order for the Sheriff's Office to assist you with service of the document.
If you have any questions please call Heather Frei during business hours or email her at email@example.com
Civil Deputy - Heather Frei
Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Standard Process Service: $70 Per Person, Per Process
Process Service Posting: $15.00