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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The Colorado Sex Offender Registry is a database that houses registered sex offenders throughout the state. It includes people who are required by law to register as sex offenders. If you’ve been convicted of a sex crime, the court may-
We get calls every week from people who entered into a deferred judgment and sentence and candidly they do not know what that means or how it works. A deferred judgment and sentence does not count as a conviction under-
Sometimes, Colorado courts can sentence sex offenders to probation in lieu of prison. If you’re sentenced to probation for a Colorado sex crime, the courts will require you to participate in Colorado’s Sex Offender Intensive Supervised Probation (SOISP). Colorado’s SOISP-
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,-
Who Must Register? Article 22 of title 16 the Colorado Offender Registration Act requires any person who; Was convicted in the state of Colorado of an unlawful sexual offense, as defined in section 18-3-411 C.R.S. enticement of a child as-