May 22

Denver Unlawful Sexual Contact Attorney: Unlawful Sexual Contact a Felony and Misdemeanor

In Denver, Unlawful Sexual Contact, C.R.S. 18-3-404, can be charged as a felony or misdemeanor. Both a misdemeanor and felony conviction can come with lengthy prison or jail time, along with sex offender registration and treatment. When you are faced with life-altering criminal charges, speak with a Denver Unlawful Sexual Contact attorney experienced in handling …

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May 19

Denver and Douglas County Sex Offender Polygraph Lawyer: Polygraphs and Sex Offender Treatment

When a person has been convicted of a sexual offense in Denver or Douglas County, such as Sexual Assault, Sexual Assault on a Child or Sexual Exploitation of a Child, they will be subject to sex offender treatment under the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB). The SOMB uses polygraphs to monitor sex offenders’ behavior, …

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May 17

Expunging DNA Sample for Denver and Arapahoe County Felony Sexual Assault Cases

If you are charged with or arrested for a felony in Denver and Arapahoe County, including felony Sexual Assault on a Child, felony Sexual Assault, felony Sexual Exploitation of a Child, felony Incest or another felony offense, you will have to provide a biological DNA sample. This DNA sample will then be placed into a …

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May 15

Deregistering as a Sex Offender in Denver: What Do Denver and Arapahoe County Judges Look For?

Before you can deregister as a sex offender in Denver or Arapahoe County, you must first petition the court and get a Denver or Arapahoe County judge’s permission to deregister. You cannot simply discontinue registering as a sex offender on your own. Discontinuing sex offender deregistration without court authorization will lead to charges of Failure …

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May 12

Domestic Violence Mandatory Reporting in Denver and Adams County

In Denver, Adams County and across Colorado, Colorado lawmakers are considering changing mandatory reporting laws for all Domestic Violence crimes, including Domestic Violence – Sexual Assault, or Domestic Violence – Unlawful Sexual Contact. Under C.R.S. 12-36-135, any licensed physician, physician assistant, or anesthesiologist assistant (licensee) who attends or treats any of certain injuries, including injuries …

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May 10

Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification Lawyer in Denver and Adams County: Are Felony Charges Too Harsh?

Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification, C.R.S. 18-3-405.6 (otherwise referred to as Colorado’s Peeping Tom law) can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony extraordinary risk crime in Denver. In our opinion, Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification as a felony offense is too harsh. If you or someone you love is facing charges of …

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May 08

Denver Probation Lawyer for Sexual Offenses: What To Know About Douglas County Probation Sentences

Not all probation sentences in Denver and Douglas County are the same. Probation for sexual offenses such as Sexual Assault on a Child, Incest or Indecent Exposure, is extremely restrictive. A person receives Sex Offender Intensive Supervision Probation – SOISP – when they are convicted, plead guilty, plead guilty to a deferred sentence, or plead no …

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May 05

Adams County Internet Luring of a Child Attorney: Former School Board President Accused of Internet Luring

In many Internet Luring of a Child cases in Denver, Adams County and across Colorado, people are charged as a result of police sting operations. During these sting operations, police officers pose as young children or teens online when chatting with an older adult. According to one news story, this was the case for a …

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May 04

Bias-Motivated Crimes in Denver and Douglas County – Sexual Assault, Unlawful Sexual Contact, Sexual Assault on a Child Charges

In Denver and Douglas County, Bias-Motivated Crimes (Hate Crimes), C.R.S. 18-9-121, are crimes committed as a result of someone’s color, actual or perceived race, religion, ancestry, national origin, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation.  For example, if a person faces charges of Sexual Assault after harassing another person due to that person’s sexual orientation, …

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May 01

Sexting is a Felony in Denver and Douglas County: Changes in the Sexual Exploitation of a Child Statute

Colorado lawmakers are in the process of revising the Sexual Exploitation of a Child statute, C.R.S. 18-6-403, as it applies to teens. Currently, consensual sexting in Denver and Douglas County (teens exchanging nude images) is a felony. The problem is that many juveniles are experimenting with their sexuality, dating at a young age, or simply …

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