(a) A "crime involving domestic or family violence" occurs when a family or household member, as defined in section 47.0102(1), commits one or more of the following crimes against another family or household member:
(2) assault and harassment;
(3) burglary, robbery, tampering;
(4) property damage;
(5) homicide offenses(murder and manslaughter, negligent homicide);
(6) kidnapping, felonious restraint, false imprisonment;
(7) sex offenses(rape, sexual assault, deviate sexual assault, sexual abuse, child molesting);
(8) stealing and related offenses;
(9) weapon law violations(unlawful use of weapons, possessing a defaced firearm, unlawfully transferring a weapon, unlawful possession of firearms and firearm ammunition);
(10) offenses against public order(disturbing public peace, disbursing private peace);
(11) family offenses(bigamy, incest, abandonment of child; criminal nonsupport, endangering the welfare of a child, abuse of a child);
(12) property damage and trespass; and
(13) any other crimes which the Attorney General deems relevant and necessary.
(b) The above criminal laws encompassing(a)(1)-(13) shall be enforced without regard to whether the persons involved are or were married, cohabiting, or involved in a relationship.History: 2004, PL 28-16.