22-17-13.1. Unwanted abortion--Intent to coerce by threat--Penalty.

A person is guilty of a Class 5 felony if, with the intent to coerce a pregnant mother to undergo an abortion against her will, the person threatens to commit, against the pregnant mother or any other person within the pregnant mother's presence:

(1)    Homicide, murder, or manslaughter, under chapter 22-16;

(2)    Aggravated assault, under § 22-18-1.1; or

(3)    Kidnapping, under chapter 22-19.

A charge brought under this section may be commenced at any time prior to the time the victim attains age twenty-five or within seven years of the commission of the crime, whichever is longer.

Source: SL 2022, ch 61, § 2.