Prohibited Places - CWP-holders

Section 1.    45-8-328.  Carrying concealed weapon in prohibited place  -- penalty. (1) A person commits the offense of carrying a concealed weapon in a prohibited place if the person purposely or knowingly carries a concealed weapon in:
    (a)  portions of a building used for state or local government offices and related areas in the building that have been restricted;
    (b)  a bank, credit union, savings and loan institution, or similar institution during the institution's normal business hours. It is not an offense under this section to carry a concealed weapon while:
    (i)  using an institution's drive-up window, automatic teller machine, or unstaffed night depository; or
    (ii)  at or near a branch office of an institution in a mall, grocery store, or other place unless the person is inside the enclosure used for the institution's financial services or is using the institution's financial services.
    (c)  a room in which alcoholic beverages are sold, dispensed, and consumed under a license issued under Title 16 for the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises.
    (2)  It is not a defense that the person had a valid permit to carry a concealed weapon or that a person is an active peace officer with powers of arrest while on duty. A person convicted of the offense shall be imprisoned in the county jail for a term not to exceed 6 months or fined an amount not to exceed $500, or both.