The Boise Police Department says a group of about 50 people gathered outside the front of Magistrate Judge David Manweiler’s home, before going to the Ada County Courthouse on Saturday.
The group was led by Ammon Bundy who was protesting trespassing and failure to appear charges against him.
Police say the group remained on the street and sidewalks and the demonstration concluded after about an hour and there were no signifcant incidents requiring police involvement.
The Idaho Statesman reports, after leaving the area in front of the judge’s home, the group traveled to the Ada County Court House for a second demonstration.
Police officers said they monitored the situation and provided support to the Ada County Sheriff’s Office.
The second demonstration also was peaceful.