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Criminal Impersonation and Colorado Law Impersonations to be fraudulent is illegal. In the state of Colorado, code CRS 18-5-113 claims that creating a fictitious or false identity to unlawfully gain benefit for oneself or others is considered to be criminal-
What is a Bill of Particulars? In many cases, a favorite prosecution tactic is to file a complaint containing numerous counts where each count contains identical language. This is especially true is sex offense cases. In a recent case,-
Many women in abusive relationships often suffer years of emotional and physical violence. Violent relationships are often difficult to leave for fear of one’s life. The abuser can be controlling and manipulative in the relationship and endangerment can be increased-
What is Incest? Knowingly marrying, inflicting sexual penetration or sexual intrusion on, or subjecting to sexual contact an ancestor or descendant, including a natural child, child by adoption, or stepchild 21 years of age or older, a brother or sister-
In Colorado, sexual exploitation of Children is a felony ranging from a class 5 (which can result in 1 to 8 years in prison) to class 3 felony offense (which can result in 4 to 32 years in prison). While-