assembly Bill A10481

2021-2022 Legislative Session

Relates to concurrent jurisdiction of criminal and family courts for certain offenses

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May 27, 2022 referred to judiciary

A10481 (ACTIVE) - Details

See Senate Version of this Bill:
S9136
Current Committee:
Assembly Judiciary
Law Section:
Family Court Act
Laws Affected:
Amd §812, Fam Ct Act
Versions Introduced in 2023-2024 Legislative Session:
S2571

A10481 (ACTIVE) - Summary

Adds additional offenses where there is concurrent jurisdiction of criminal and family courts; defines "unreciprocated offensive contact".

A10481 (ACTIVE) - Bill Text download pdf

 
                     S T A T E   O F   N E W   Y O R K
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                                   10481
 
                           I N  A S S E M B L Y
 
                               May 27, 2022
                                ___________
 
 Introduced  by  COMMITTEE ON RULES -- (at request of M. of A. Fernandez)
   -- read once and referred to the Committee on Judiciary
 
 AN ACT to amend the family court act, in relation to  concurrent  juris-
   diction of criminal and family courts
 
   THE  PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEM-
 BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

   Section 1. Subdivision 1 of section 812 of the family  court  act,  as
 amended  by  chapter  326  of the laws of 2008, the opening paragraph as
 amended by chapter 109 of the laws  of  2019,  is  amended  to  read  as
 follows:
   1.  Jurisdiction.  The family court and the criminal courts shall have
 concurrent jurisdiction over any proceeding concerning acts which  would
 constitute  disorderly conduct, unlawful dissemination or publication of
 an intimate image, UNLAWFUL SURVEILLANCE IN THE FIRST  DEGREE,  UNLAWFUL
 SURVEILLANCE  IN  THE  SECOND DEGREE, UNLAWFUL SURVEILLANCE IN THE THIRD
 DEGREE, DISSEMINATION OF UNLAWFUL  SURVEILLANCE  IN  THE  FIRST  DEGREE,
 DISSEMINATION  OF  UNLAWFUL  SURVEILLANCE IN THE SECOND DEGREE, CRIMINAL
 IMPERSONATION IN THE SECOND DEGREE, COMPUTER TRESPASS, UNAUTHORIZED  USE
 OF  A COMPUTER, harassment in the first degree, harassment in the second
 degree, aggravated harassment in the second degree,  sexual  misconduct,
 forcible touching, sexual abuse in the third degree, sexual abuse in the
 second  degree  as set forth in subdivision one of section 130.60 of the
 penal law, stalking in the first degree, stalking in the second  degree,
 stalking  in  the  third degree, stalking in the fourth degree, criminal
 mischief, menacing in the second degree, menacing in the  third  degree,
 reckless endangerment, criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circu-
 lation,  strangulation  in the second degree, strangulation in the first
 degree, assault in the second degree, assault in the  third  degree,  an
 attempted assault, identity theft in the first degree, identity theft in
 the  second degree, identity theft in the third degree, grand larceny in
 the fourth degree, grand larceny in the third degree,  coercion  in  the
 second  degree  or coercion in the third degree as set forth in subdivi-
 sions one, two and three of section 135.60  of  the  penal  law  between
 spouses  or  former  spouses,  or  between  parent  and child or between
 
  EXPLANATION--Matter in ITALICS (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                       [ ] is old law to be omitted.