John E. Cutler
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John E. Cutler

101 Park Ave, Suite 203
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Phone: 208-525-4858

Website: http://www.cutlerlawoffice.com

State DelegateGeneral Member

About John E. Cutler

I have over 25 years criminal law experience including time as a prosecutor. I have completed both the Student and Instructor's courses of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) DWI Detection Standardized Field Sobriety Student and Instructor's Courses and I am qualified practitioner of the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. In 2015 I graduated for the NCDD Summer Session and attended the 2016 NCDD Winter Session.


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