22-22-7.5. Safety zone of child victim of sex crime.
The court, upon the conviction of any person of a violation of the provisions of chapter 22-22 in which the victim was a child or upon an adjudication of a juvenile as a delinquent child for a violation of the provisions of chapter 22-22 in which the victim was a child, may, as a part of the sentence or adjudication, order that the defendant or delinquent child not:
(1) Reside within one mile of the victim's residence unless the person is residing in a juvenile detention facility, jail, or state corrections facility;
(2) Knowingly or willfully come within one thousand feet of the victim;
(3) Attend the same school as the victim; or
(4) Have any contact with the victim, whether direct or indirect or through a third party.
No condition imposed pursuant to this section applies once the victim attains the age of majority. A violation of any condition imposed pursuant to this section is a Class 6 felony.
Source: SL 1997, ch 137, § 1; SL 2005, ch 120, § 399.
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