As used in this article, the following terms shall have the following meanings, respectively, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:
(1) DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ORDER. A domestic violence order is any protection order issued pursuant to the Protection from Abuse Act, Sections 30-5-1 to 30-5-11, inclusive. The term includes the following: a. A restraining order, injunctive order, or order of release from custody which has been issued in a circuit, district, municipal, or juvenile court in a domestic relations or family violence case; b. an order issued by municipal, district, or circuit court which places conditions on the pre-trial release on defendants in criminal cases, including provisions of bail pursuant to Section 15-13-190; c. an order issued by another state or territory which may be enforced under Sections 30-5B-1 through 30-5B-10. Restraining or protection orders not issued pursuant to the Protection From Abuse Act, Sections 30-5-1 to 30-5-11, inclusive, must specify that a history of violence or abuse exists for the provisions of this chapter to apply.
(2) VIOLATION. The knowing commission of any act prohibited by a domestic violence order or any willful failure to abide by its terms.
(Acts 1993, No. 93-325, p. 495, §2; §30-5A-2; Act 2011-691, p. 2113, §1.)