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     22-22-1.3.   Contents of presentence investigation report for person convicted of sex crime. Any person convicted of a felony violation as provided in subdivisions 22-24B-1(1) to (15), inclusive, and (19) shall have included in the offender's presentence investigation report a psycho-sexual assessment including the following information: the offender's sexual history; an identification of precursor activities to sexual offending; intellectual, adaptive and academic functioning; social and emotional functioning; previous legal history; previous treatment history; victim selection and age; risk to the community; and treatment options recommended. If a presentence investigation is not prepared, the court shall order a psycho-sexual assessment which shall be made available to the court prior to sentencing. If the offender is sentenced to the state penitentiary, the psycho-sexual assessment shall be attached to the official statement and supplied to the Board of Pardons and Paroles and the warden.

Source: SL 1992, ch 164, § 2; SL 2005, ch 120, § 393; SL 2006, ch 121, § 2.


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