§4-1A-13. Legislative immunity from ultimate relief.
Legislative immunity may be invoked to shield a legislator from judicially ordered relief, including, but not limited to, the following:

(1) Criminal prosecution for his or her legislative acts; (2) Liability for damages for his or her legislative acts;

(3) Declaratory judgments with respect to his or her legislative acts;

(4) Injunctive relief with respect to his or her legislative acts; and

(5) Extraordinary writs with respect to his or her legislative acts.