Being listed on the sex offender registry can have lifelong consequences, affecting various aspects of an individual’s personal and professional life. In Colorado, as in many states, the process of getting your name removed from the sex offender registry is complex and stringent. In this blog, we will explore the steps and information about how to remove your name from Colorado’s sex offender registry potentially.Understanding Colorado’s Sex Offender Registry
In many Colorado jurisdictions, Domestic Violence defendants are put through what is called a Fast Track program.
The Fast Track aims for a quicker resolution of the criminal charges against the accused than is typical in a criminal case.
If your case is put on the Fast Track, you will be required to either accept a guilty plea or set the matter for a trial at your first court appearance after being placed under arrest for domestic violence charges. Further, the alleged victim will be issued a subpoena to appear at your first court date, at which you will be in custody, and they will be given a subpoena to appear for your trial.