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Legal Information: Wyoming
Updated: November 17, 2020
(a) As used in W.S. 7-3-506 through 7-3-512:
(i) “Court” means the circuit court in the county where an alleged victim of stalking or sexual assault resides, or where the alleged perpetrator of the stalking or sexual assault is found;
(ii) “Order of protection” means a court order granted for the protection of a victim of stalking or a victim of sexual assault;
(iii) “Sexual assault” means any act made criminal pursuant to W.S. 6-2-302 and 6-2-303 and 6-2-314 through 6-2-318 or an attempt or conspiracy to commit such act;
(iv) “Stalking” means conduct as defined by W.S. 6-2-506(b).
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