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DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO ADMIT RAPE SHIELD RELATED EVIDENCE AND TESTIMONY UNDER C.R.S. 18-3-407 THE DEFENDANT, through his counsel above-named, hereby MOVES TO ADMIT Evidence Relating to the Named Victim’s Prior Sexual Conduct Pursuant to C.R.S. 18-3-407. 1…C.R.S. 18-3-407, Colorado’s Rape-
What is 404(b) evidence and how can it harm… and help you? This kind of evidence is commonly used for the prosecution to show that the defendant has engaged in conduct that is similar to the charges that are against-
Why does the court order mandatory HIV testing? If you have ever been charged with any kind of sexual offense, as an adult or a juvenile than you probably have received a motion from the court requiring you to get-
What happens when you have to take a polygraph test once a month for your sex offender treatment? What do you do when they ask you questions in a polygraph about acts that might get you in trouble? Are you-
What kinds of options do you have in regard to pleas in a court room and what do they mean? There are a lot of thing that are confusing about the criminal justice system, however, understanding your rights and options-