What is Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification in Denver? In recent news, a Colorado State University student is facing charges of Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification – C.R.S. 18-7-405.6 in Fort Collins. According to the police, the student was caught secretly videotaping another man in the shower using a camera phone. The alleged victim chased the student, who was arrested. He admitted to videotaping the man while showering, as well as taking video of two other unknown victims in the rec center. When asked why he was taking video in the shower, the student said he did it for “pleasure and as a curiously and the danger of getting caught.” Unfortunately for the student, he was caught, and now faces charges of a sex offense in Colorado.
What is the Sentence for Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification in Denver?
Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification in Douglas or Jefferson County occurs when someone knowingly observes or takes a photograph (which includes pictures, videos, a live feed, print, negative, or other electronically visual material) of “another person's intimate parts without that person's consent,” in a place where that person has a “reasonable expectation for privacy,” for the purpose of “sexual gratification.” If you are charged with Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification in Denver, Arapahoe, or Adams County, you will face the consequences of a sex crime conviction. Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification is a Class 1 misdemeanor, unless you have been previously charged with unlawful sexual behavior, or if the person in the photographs or video is under fifteen years of age and the defendant is at least four years older than the alleged victim (if this is the case, you will be charged with a Class 6 felony). Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification is an extraordinary risk crime, which means that the sentences are harsher (if convicted, you will spend a longer time in a county jail or the Colorado Department of Corrections).
Sex Offense Convictions in Colorado
Colorado has very strict sentencing for sex crimes. If you are convicted, you will be labeled as a sex offender, and must undergo treatment as overseen by the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board. You must register as a sex offender, and continue to do so until you submit a petition for deregistration, and that permission is granted by a judge.Request a Free Consultation
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