A group pushing for criminal justice law changes has launched a third TV ad that focuses on persuading suburban voters.

The $200,000 ad buy highlights the big three issues facing lawmakers: ending cash bail, changing discovery procedures and ensuring access to a speedy trial.

The focus on the suburbs — Long Island and the Hudson Valley — comes as lawmakers from those areas in the state Senate have raised concerns about the effect of the changes.

The crucial pretrial reforms under consideration are fair and a boost for community safety – and it’s critical that New Yorkers are aware,” said Khalil A. Cumberbatch, Chief Strategist for New Yorkers United for Justice. “Issue campaigns in New York are won and lost in the suburbs – and that’s why we’re focused on making investments there. We look forward to continuing this conversation – and setting the record straight against any misinformation.”

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has said any budget agreement by the end of this month must include criminal justice changes such as ending cash bail for misdemeanor and non-violent charges.

But lawmakers want the changes done outside of the state budget.