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.
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Felony sexual assault crimes are very serious charges. Often, it doesn’t even take that much evidence to successfully accuse someone of a sexual offense. It is as simple as pointing a finger and saying he/she did it. There doesn’t need-
In the state of Colorado, detectives can contact you if you’re suspected of a crime or if you might be a witness to a crime that you didn’t necessarily take part in. Seeing police officers knock on your door can-
Strangulation is NOT a crime of violence with a mandatory prison sentence! Discover the legalities of strangulation, how they have changed, and how to handle a strangulation case in the state of Colorado.
In Colorado, there is a powerful legal tool that’s often misunderstood and underutilized. When you have a defense attorney who’s intimately invested in his or her clients’ rights, they may opt to file a motion for a Bill of Particulars.-
What is unlawful sexual contact in Colorado? How can you be charged with unlawful sexual contact? What are the penalties associated with a charge of unlawful sexual contact? First of all, there are varying degrees of unlawful sexual contact. It-