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Legal Information: South Dakota
22-19A-2. Violation of restraining order, injunction, or protection order as felony.
Any person who violates § 22-19A-1 when there is a temporary restraining order, or an injunction, or a protection order, or a no contact order issued pursuant to § 25-10-23 or 25-10-25 in effect prohibiting the behavior described in § 22-19A-1 against the same party, is guilty of a Class 6 felony.
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