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In Denver Municipal Court, or Denver General Sessions, there are many laws which control citizen conduct, including laws related to sexual offenses. Some of these laws on sexual offenses include laws on Public Indecency, Prostitution and Indecent Exposure. Don't wait if facing charges for any of the sexual offenses listed below in Denver Municipal Court. Our municipal court lawyers practice 100% criminal law and are ready to serve you.
Denver Municipal Code in Denver Municipal Court: Denver City Court Sexual Offenses
If you have been charged or arrested for any of the criminal offenses listed below in Denver City Court, consult a Denver Prostitution and Indecent Exposure lawyer from the O'Malley Law Office to defend you today:
- Sec 38-156 – Definitions.
- Sec 38-157 – Public indecency.
- Sec 38-157.1 – Indecent exposure.
- Sec 38-158 – Prostitution.
- Sec 38-161 – Bestiality.
- Sec 38-162 – Unlawful to register fictitious name in public accommodations.
- Sec 38-163 – Use of transient accommodations for purposes relating to sexual offenses.
Below is a complete list of these General Sessions sexual offenses and their descriptions as listed under Denver Municipal Code:
Sec. 38-157. – Public indecency.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to perform an act of public indecency.
(b) Any person commits public indecency who performs any of the following in a public place or where the conduct may reasonably be expected to be viewed by members of the public:
(1) An act of sexual intercourse;
(2) An act of deviate sexual intercourse;
(3) Insertion of one (1) or more fingers or other object into the vagina or anus;
(5) Caressing or fondling of the genitals of another person;
(6) Patently offensive representations or imitations of sexual intercourse, masturbation or excretory functions accompanied by exhibition of the genitals;
(7) Lewd fondling or caressing of the body of another person.
Sec. 38-157.1. – Indecent exposure.
(a) It shall be unlawful for a person to commit an act of indecent exposure.
(b) A person commits an act of indecent exposure if they knowingly expose their genitals or buttocks to the view of any person under circumstances which are likely to cause a reasonable person affront or alarm.
Sec. 38-158. – Prostitution.
(A) It shall be unlawful for any person:
(1) Knowingly to solicit, induce, entice, or otherwise engage another person for the purpose of obtaining an offer or an agreement for any act of prostitution. Evidence of such illegal conduct includes, but is not limited to, the following:
In the context of discussing sexual acts, money, or other things of value:
- Inquiring about whether a person is a police officer;
- Searching for articles that would identify a person as a police officer;
- Requesting a person to perform acts to prove that the person is not a police officer, including, but not limited to:
(i) The touching or exposure of genitals or female breasts; or
(ii) The consumption or use of alcohol, marijuana, or illegal controlled substances;
(2) To arrange or offer to arrange a meeting of or to procure persons for the purpose of prostitution;
(3) To direct another person to a place knowing such direction is for the purpose of prostitution;
(4) Knowingly to arrange or offer to arrange a situation in which a person may practice prostitution;
(5) To have or exercise or control the use of any facility, and:
- Knowingly to grant or permit the use of such facility for the purpose of prostitution; or
- Knowingly to permit the continued use of such facility for the purpose of prostitution, after becoming aware of facts or circumstances from which such person should reasonably know that such facility is being used for purposes of prostitution;
(6) To perform, offer or agree to any act of prostitution;
(7) To enter or remain in a house of prostitution with the intent to engage in an act of prostitution.
Sec. 38-161. – Bestiality.
It shall be unlawful for any person to have sexual intercourse with an animal other than a human being.
Sec. 38-162. – Unlawful to register fictitious name in public accommodations.
It will be unlawful for any person to write or cause to be written, or knowingly permit to be written, in any register in any hotel, motor hotel, lodging house, rooming house, or other place whatsoever where transients are accommodated, any other or different name or designation than the true name of the person so registered therein, or the name by which such person is generally known, for the purpose of committing a criminal offense.
Sec. 38-163. – Use of transient accommodations for purposes relating to sexual offenses.
It shall be unlawful for any person knowingly to permit the use of or to use any hotel, motor hotel, lodging house, rooming house, or other place whatsoever, where transients are accommodated, for the purpose of committing an offense relating to sex, as provided in this division.
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You should always consult an experienced criminal defense lawyer from the O'Malley Law Office in Denver if you have a Denver Municipal Court appearance regarding one of the above sexual offenses. Remember, just because you are facing charges of one of the above sexual offenses, it does not mean you are guilty or that you can't defend yourself. Consulting a criminal defense attorney from the O'Malley Law Office to defend you in your criminal case will help you work towards the best possible outcome in your criminal case and help you avoid a criminal record. Call today.