Asserting Your Rights And Protecting Your Future

The Legal Representation You Need When Facing Fish And Game Violation Matters

A simple mistake can suddenly ruin a fishing or hunting expedition. However, the disappointment you experience from losing a trophy king salmon or an elk is nothing compared to the stress of facing criminal charges for a fish and game violation. Our firm’s attorney, Jared B. Martens, is an avid hunter and fisherman. He understands the confusion people have about many Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) regulations and procedures. Mr. Martens applies his criminal defense experience to aggressively protect clients facing serious fish and game violations.

Do not overlook a fish and game violation. An innocent mistake could result in the loss of your license, fines, and even jail time. Martens Law Office, P.C., has a strong reputation for protecting clients’ constitutional rights. Attorney Martens is well-prepared to review the evidence obtained against you to determine if the IDFG made any mistakes of fact or procedure.

Ready To Defend You Against Any Fish And Game Violation Charges

Mr. Martens’ hands-on approach helps him develop a strong defense for clients charged with fish and game violations, such as:

He protects his clients’ licenses by developing his defense based on the specific facts of each client’s case. For example, in one case he demonstrated to the magistrate judge that his client did not know to call Idaho’s Fishing and Game division for animal removal help.

Mr. Martens is a tough negotiator prepared to fight for a reduction or dismissal of your charges if the regulations were unclear. If you have an otherwise clean record, that can be valuable in building a strong defense.

Contact The Firm For A Free Consultation

Martens Law Office, P.C., is based in Boise, Idaho, and we serve clients throughout Ada County. If you or a family member has been charged with a fish or game violation, contact our firm today to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer.  Just call 208-435-1132 or reach out online.