Category: Sex Offender Registry

There are several types of crimes n the state of Colorado that involve enhanced sentencing. In many instances, when someone commits the same crime repeatedly, they will be subject to enhanced penalties that can send them to prison for a really long time – even life.

A case in Aurora highlights how repeat offenses can lead to serious trouble. A Kansas man was arrested for sexual assault in Aurora, among

When it comes to what health care providers must disclose to their patients, things are changing in Colorado for the better.

Thanks to a law recently passed in the Colorado State Legislature (SB20-102), any healthcare provider who has been convicted of a sex offense must disclose it to their patients.

Patients will then have to consent to be treated by them and acknowledge they were told of the past offense

 

As the definition of what constitutes a sex-crime continues to evolve, and awareness about just how common true sex crimes really are remains heightened, it seems accusations are flying, and regular every day people all over the country are getting caught in the cross-hairs.

 

In Colorado, just this past fall a North Denver court upheld a federal ruling that a local ordinance on women appearing topless in public

 

Everyone makes mistakes. If you find yourself on the wrong side of the law, though, you have to carry a reminder of your mistakes with you in the form of a criminal record. It’s something that can make it harder to do things like get a good job, find an apartment, and even take out a loan.

 

Having your name on the sex offender registry is like that

 

If you are charged with a sex crime in Colorado, you will suffer many consequences you may not even know about. Obviously, there is a decent chance that you will have to serve a prison sentence and be put on probation. However, those are just the beginning of your consequences.

 

If your sex offense is one that qualifies for the sex offender registry, completing your criminal sentence is