PLEADINGS BY DEFENDANT
19-1719. Conviction or acquittal bars included offenses. When the defendant is convicted or acquitted, or has once been placed in jeopardy upon an indictment, the conviction, acquittal or jeopardy is a bar to another indictment for the offense charged in the former, or for an attempt to commit the same, or for an offense included therein, of which he might have been convicted under that indictment.
[I.C., sec. 19-1719 as added by 1972, ch. 336, sec. 7, p. 987.]