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
A restraining order is an order of injunction, preventing one person from having any contact – direct or indirect – with another. Restraining orders are issued in all Colorado domestic violence cases, although they are sometimes modified or vacated by the court following the motion of one or both parties. Also, individuals may obtain a civil protection order, which starts off as a temporary order and can become a permanent protection order if the petitioner so chooses and either the respondent does not object, does not appear in court at the permanent restraining order hearing, or appears and is unsuccessful at the permanent restraining order hearing. Oftentimes, alleged victims in pending criminal matters also seek permanent restraining orders against the defendant, in addition to any restraining order already imposed in the criminal case.
Kimberly Diego has handled a myriad of protection order cases and is available 24/7 to advise you on your concerns regarding preventing the imposition of a permanent protection order, obtaining a permanent restraining order against someone, or to defend against a charge of violating a protection order. As a restraining order attorney in Denver, Kimberly Diego has successfully assisted her clients in avoiding the imposition of restraining orders in a multitude of cases.