(1) a conviction, as defined in 45-2-101, under the same statute;
(2) a conviction for a violation of a similar statute in another state; or
(3) a forfeiture of bail or collateral deposited to secure the defendant's appearance
in court in this state or another state for a violation of a similar statute, which
forfeiture has not been vacated.
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