California Unemployment Insurance Code
(a) An individual shall be disqualified from receiving benefits under this part if he or she has willfully, for the purpose of obtaining benefits, either made a false statement or representation, with actual knowledge of the falsity thereof, or withheld a material fact in order to obtain any benefits under this part.
(b) An individual disqualified under subdivision (a) under a determination transmitted to him or her by the department, shall be ineligible to receive benefits from the date the disqualifying determination was issued and for not less than seven nor more than 35 subsequent days for which he or she is otherwise eligible for benefits under this part. When successive disqualifications under subdivision (a) occur, the director may extend the period of ineligibility for an additional period not to exceed 56 days.
(c) If all or any of the assessed days of ineligibility cannot be served because the individual is no longer otherwise eligible for benefits under this part, the assessed days of ineligibility shall be applied to any subsequent disability benefit period for which he or she is otherwise eligible for benefits. No disqualification under this subdivision shall be applied, however, to any day of eligibility which falls beyond the three-year period next succeeding the date upon which the determination was mailed or served by the department.
(d) The amendments made to this section by the act adding this subdivision shall apply to disqualifying determinations issued on or after January 1, 1992.
An individual who is disqualified from receiving unemployment compensation benefits under Sections 1256, 1257, 1260, 1261, and 1263 shall be presumed to be ineligible to receive disability benefits under this part for the same period or periods unless he or she establishes to the satisfaction of the director that he or she is suffering a bona fide illness or injury or claiming a period of family care leave and the director finds that there is good cause for paying disability benefits.
An individual who is otherwise eligible for benefits under this part shall not be disqualified from receiving such benefits because of a disqualification from receiving unemployment compensation benefits under Section 1262.
An individual shall be disqualified from receiving benefits under this part while he is confined, pursuant to commitment or court order or certification, in an institution or other place, as a dipsomaniac, drug addict or sexual psychopath.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, an individual who is otherwise eligible shall not be disqualified for benefits under this part for the day on which he or she or a family member, as defined in Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 3300), for whom the individual is providing care, died.
(a) An individual shall be ineligible for benefits under this part for any day during which he or she is incarcerated in any federal, state, or municipal penal institution, jail, medical facility, public or private hospital, or in any other place because of a criminal violation of a federal, state, or other municipal law or ordinance. For purposes of this section, "incarceration" includes any time spent in the custody of law enforcement authorities upon adjudication or conviction by a court of competent jurisdiction.
(b) This section shall apply only with respect to periods of incarceration commencing on or after January 1, 1994.
(a) Any individual who commits a crime shall be ineligible for benefits under this part if the individual is disabled due to an illness or injury caused by, or arising out of the commission of, arrest, investigation, or prosecution of any crime that results in a felony conviction.
(b) For purposes of this section, a plea or verdict of guilty, or a felony conviction following a plea of nolo contendere or no contest shall be considered to be a felony conviction under this part, irrespective of whether an order granting probation or suspending the imposition or execution of any sentence is issued.
(c) This section shall apply only with respect to convictions rendered on or after January 1, 1994, regardless of the date the disability commenced, or benefits were paid.