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 first question on any self-defense case is to know if this case is domestic violence or not a domestic violence case. The rules and consequences are very different between the two. Domestic Violence: In our State the Police MUST-
For a number of years, the Colorado Supreme Court has had a judicial directive in place which serves to seal various types of files. This includes sex offense and child abuse cases. The file is the client’s file but the-
Due Process and Unlawful Sexual Contact: People accused of Domestic Violence (DV), Sexual Assault, or Unlawful Sexual Contact often feel as if they’ve been convicted before they even stand trial. When it comes to high profile, high emotion DV or sexual-
People are often surprised and frustrated to learn that usually if your case was not dismissed, you can NEVER seal your criminal record. The Legislatures view is that your criminal record is your criminal record and it should never be-