An Idaho man convicted of poaching must serve time—one month at a time. In a creative approach to handling wildlife crimes, a judge in Shoshone County, Idaho, sentenced Paul D. Coward to 90 days in jail, but he won’t serve those days consecutively. Instead, he must be incarcerated 30 days at a time once a year for three years in a row. The month he must be behind bars is also specific. September. That’s the elk archery season and for the next three years, starting in 2022, there’s no way Coward will be in the field. He’ll be in jail instead.