senate Bill S9136

2021-2022 Legislative Session

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

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Current Bill Status - In Senate Committee Children And Families Committee


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  • Delivered to Governor
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Senate Actions - UPPERCASE
May 10, 2022 referred to children and families

S9136 (ACTIVE) - Details

See Assembly Version of this Bill:
A10481
Current Committee:
Senate Children And Families
Law Section:
Family Court Act
Laws Affected:
Amd §812, Fam Ct Act

S9136 (ACTIVE) - Summary

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

S9136 (ACTIVE) - Sponsor Memo

S9136 (ACTIVE) - Bill Text download pdf

 
                     S T A T E   O F   N E W   Y O R K
 ________________________________________________________________________
 
                                   9136
 
                             I N  S E N A T E
 
                               May 10, 2022
                                ___________
 
 Introduced by Sen. GOUNARDES -- read twice and ordered printed, and when
   printed to be committed to the Committee on Children and Families
 
 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.

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