In Matter of Brianna L., 2012 NY Slip Op 09066 (2d Dept 12/28/2012), the Appellate Division, Second Department held that Family Court judges have authority to modify criminal court orders of protection that expressly indicate they are “subject to Family Court.”  Thus, a Family Court judge could award custody to a parent who was otherwise prohibited from having contact with a minor child, so long as the criminal court order expressly contemplated modification by Family Court.