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Sec. 3. “Domestic violence” includes conduct that is:
(1) an element of an offense under IC 35-42 or a threat to commit an act described in IC 35-42 by a person against:
(A) a family or household member; or
(B) an incapacitated individual under the guardianship or otherwise subject to the control of the person;
(2) an element or threat to commit an act constituting an element of a misdemeanor or felony under the laws of:
(A) the United States;
(B) another state; or
(C) an Indian tribe;
that is substantially similar to an offense described in subdivision (1); or
(3) an attempt or conspiracy to engage in conduct described in subdivision (1) or (2);
regardless of whether the act or threat has been reported to a law enforcement agency or results in a criminal prosecution or whether the person who engages in the conduct is an adult.
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