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On July 1,plaintiff Christina Giovine filed an eleven count complaint against defendant Peter J. Plaintiff demanded a jury trial on counts three through eleven. Three children were born of this marriage on August 17,July 5,and July 7, On approximately December 31,defendant separated from plaintiff.
In Mayhe filed a complaint seeking to establish visitation rights with the two children of the marriage. On August 1,defendant filed a complaint for divorce, asserting a cause of action for dissolution of marriage predicated upon eighteen consecutive months of separation.
Plaintiff filed an answer and counterclaim for divorce, alleging habitual drunkenness and extreme cruelty as alternative grounds for divorce. Additionally, that counterclaim contained three counts for damages predicated upon the following torts: In Julywhile their matrimonial action was pending, the parties reconciled and resumed living together.
On July 26,both parties directed their respective attorneys to discontinue the litigation. The proceedings were dismissed by a stipulation of dismissal with prejudice dated October 25, The couple separated again in September As noted, plaintiff filed her present complaint on July 1, Defendant filed an answer and counterclaim asserting a cause of action for divorce based upon extreme cruelty.
On September 20,the motion judge granted defendant's motion, striking all tortious claims occurring prior to June 30, based upon the applicable statute of limitations, N. The motion judge also determined that plaintiff did not have a constitutional right to a jury trial.
We granted plaintiff's motion seeking leave to appeal those rulings, which were memorialized in an order dated November 14, We now affirm in part and reverse in part. III Interspousal tort immunity no longer exists to bar the suit of one spouse against another for injuries sustained by one spouse due to the tortious conduct of the other.
The only kind of marital conduct excepted from the abolition was that involving marital or nuptial privileges, consensual acts and simple, common domestic negligence, to be defined and developed on a case-by-case approach.
On appeal, plaintiff contends that the motion judge erred in refusing to follow the decision in Cusseaux v. As such, "it must be treated in the same way as a continuing tort.
Battered woman's syndrome would therefore be an exception to N. The decision in Cusseaux substantially relied upon State v. Walker, The Battered Womannoted that battered woman's syndrome is a recognized medical condition. By definition, a battered woman is one who is repeatedly physically or emotionally abused by a man in an attempt to force her to do his bidding without regard for her rights.
Kelly, supra, 97 N. According to experts, in order to be a battered woman, the woman and her abuser must go through the "battering cycle" at least twice.
The battering cycle consists of three stages. Stage one, the "tension-building stage," involves some minor physical and verbal abuse while the woman tries to prevent an escalation of the abuse by assuaging the abuser with her passivity.
Stage two, the "acute battering incident," is characterized by more severe battering due to either a triggering event in the abuser's life or the woman's inability to control the anger and fear she experienced during stage one.
During stage three, the abuser pleads for forgiveness and promises that he will not abuse again. This period of relative calm and normalcy eventually ends when the cycle begins anew.
The caring and attentive behavior of the abuser during stage three fuels the victim's hope that her partner has reformed and keeps her tied to the relationship. In addition, some women who grew up in violent families do not leave abusive relationships because they perceive their situations as normal.
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