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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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-
The charge of internet luring of a child is surprisingly easy to be charged with. This has been made possible, obviously, by the internet. However, what is not so obvious is that minors can easily get on dating websites that-
The charge of enticement of a child is as serious as it sounds. The most common way that this happens is when the alleged victim lies about their age. This happens all the time. Unfortunately, we live in a society-
Indecent exposure is a very common charge in the state of Colorado. Indecent exposure charges, more often than not, arise out of situations where people are heavily drinking and in a public location. These kinds of charges usually step from-
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.-