Looking for information regarding sex offenses in Colorado? You’re in the right place. Here you’ll find a variety of articles about sex offenders in Colorado to help you better understand your rights under the law. Whether you are trying to better understand child sexual assault laws or the nuances of sex offender registration, you’ll find plenty of information here.
For specific information about your unique case, we recommend scheduling a consultation with M. Colin Bresee who can assist you with your case.
How does being a sex offender impact your parental rights? When you are convicted, or plea guilty to a sex offense, you are not allowed to have contact with anyone under the age of 18, this includes your own children.-
One of the questions we often get from our clients who are going through a sex offense case is when can I have contact with my children again? If you are charged with a sex offense, a condition of your-
Cell phones. We check them to kill time while in line at the grocery store. We use them to book flights, order food, call our loved ones, check the weather. The cellular phone has become an integral part of our-
People get Arrested Every Day on Restraining Order Violations in Colorado Every week or so, I get a call from someone who was arrested on an old restraining order. Five years ago when they were dating one of them obtained-
Oftentimes, taking a plea of guilty in a sex offense case is the best move you can make for your future. Mr. Bresee is always willing to zealously defend his clients in a trial; however, trials are often run by-