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A10600 Summary:

BILL NOA10600
 
SAME ASNo Same As
 
SPONSORMarkey
 
COSPNSRDinowitz, Morelle, Sepulveda, Englebright, Gunther, Otis, Jaffee, Robinson, Stirpe, Aubry, Simotas, Galef, Hooper, Mosley, Russell, Rosenthal, Lifton, Barrett, Paulin, Cook, Arroyo, Walker, Linares, Weprin, Bichotte, Lavine, O'Donnell, Simon, Blake, Cahill, Seawright, Barron, Buchwald, Bronson, Solages, Brindisi, Fahy, Glick, Hevesi, Hyndman, Ortiz, Pretlow, Rivera, Murray, Nolan
 
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Amd 30.10, CP L; amd 208, RR3211 & 3403, add 214-f, CPLR; amd 50-e & 50-i, Gen Muni L; amd 10, Ct Claims Act; amd 3813, Ed L; amd 413, Soc Serv L; amd 219-c, add 219-d, Judy L
 
Provides that the statute of limitations for criminal prosecution of a sexual offense committed against a child shall not begin to run until the child turns 23 years of age; provides that a civil action for conduct constituting a sexual offense against a child, shall be brought before the child turns 28 years of age; revives previously barred actions related to sexual abuse of children; grants civil trial preference to such actions; eliminates the notice of claim requirements for such actions when the action is brought against a municipality, the state or a school district; designates members of the clergy as persons required to report cases of suspected child abuse or maltreatment; requires judicial training relating to child abuse and the establishment of rules relating to civil actions brought for sexual offenses committed against children.
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