IN THE COURT OF APPEALS OF THE STATE OF IDAHO
Docket No. 25783
STATE OF IDAHO,
PATRICK SHELDON SUITER,
2001 Opinion No. 68
Filed: September 4, 2001
Frederick C. Lyon, Clerk
Appeal from the District Court of the Third Judicial District, State of Idaho,
Hon. Stephen W. Drescher, District Judge.
Hon. Robert M.
Order of the district court, on appeal from the magistrate division, affirming
judgment of conviction for disturbing the peace, affirmed.
Thomas A. Sullivan argued.
Hon. Alan G. Lance, Attorney General; Lori A. Fleming, Deputy Attorney
General, Boise, for respondent.
Lori A. Fleming argued.
Patrick Sheldon Suiter appeals from the district court’s decision affirming his judgment
of conviction for disturbing the peace.
I.C. § 18-6409.
On April 3, 1998, Suiter went to the Canyon County Courthouse and spoke to an officer
in the records division about a fraudulent check case.
Suiter became frustrated with the officer’s
responses to his inquiries.
As the discussion escalated, Suiter told the officer in a loud voice to
In addition to the officer with whom he was speaking, a number of other individuals
overheard Suiter’s comments including two additional officers, two employees of the records
department, and two members of the public.
Suiter was charged with disturbing the peace.