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CJI2d[NY] PENAL LAW ARTICLE 156


OFFENSES INVOLVING COMPUTERS


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OFFENSE DESCRIPTION

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UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A COMPUTER

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156.05 PDF
 
COMPUTER TRESPASS With Intent to Commit a Felony 156.10 (1) PDF

Access to Computer Material

 

156.10 (2) PDF
COMPUTER TAMPERING 4 - 156.20 PDF
COMPUTER TAMPERING 3 Intent to Commit a Felony 156.25(1) PDF
-- 156.25(2) PDF
-- 156.25(3) PDF

Damage Exceeding $1000

 

156.25(4) PDF
COMPUTER TAMPERING 2 Damage Exceeding $3000 156.26(1) PDF
Medical Records 156.26(2) PDF
COMPUTER TAMPERING 1

Damage Exceeding $50,000

 

156.27 PDF
 
UNLAWFUL DUPLICATION OF COMPUTER RELATED MATERIAL 2 Medical Records 156.29 PDF
UNLAWFUL DUPLICATION OF COMPUTER RELATED MATERIAL 1 Value in Excess of $2500 156.30(1) PDF

Intent to Commit a Felony

 

156.30(2) PDF
 
CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF COMPUTER RELATED MATERIAL - 156.35 PDF
       
OPERATING AN UNLAWFUL ELECTRONIC SWEEPSTAKES

No charge prepared. 156.40  
 

 

Former Article 156 Charges

 

 

In 2006, amendments were made to the statutes in Penal Law article 156 which affected the definition of the crimes set forth in Penal Law §§ 156.05, 156.10, 156.20, 156.25, 156.26, and 156.27, as applied to such crimes committed on or after November 1, 2006.  L.2006, c. 558.  For an instruction for a former article 156 crime as it existed on or after the date specified in the charge and prior to June 8, 2005 click here.