23A-27A-26.2 Intellectual disability defined.
     23A-27A-26.2.   Intellectual disability defined. As used in §§ 23A-27A-26.1 to 23A-27A-26.7, inclusive, intellectual disability means significant subaverage general intellectual functioning existing concurrently with substantial related deficits in applicable adaptive skill areas. An intelligence quotient exceeding seventy on a reliable standardized measure of intelligence is presumptive evidence that the defendant does not have significant subaverage general intellectual functioning.

Source: SL 2000, ch 112, § 2; SL 2018, ch 148, § 2.