Archives for: November 10th, 2021

Being a convicted sex offender in Colorado is a difficult road – made even more difficult by one thing: indeterminate sentencing.

Recently, a court upheld a convicted sex offender’s indeterminate sentencing as constitutional, meaning that his sentence for first-degree sexual assault that has gone beyond the determinate sentence is not a violation of his rights.

What is an indeterminate sentence? Is it something someone accused of sex crimes in Colorado

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

There are many types of relationships that people may see as unacceptable – but many of them are not illegal.

However, anyone in a position of trust who has a sexual relationship with a child is not only participating in something unacceptable but against the law as well. And it happens more than you may think.

A girls’ basketball coach from a Colorado Springs high school is facing charges of

 

A former employee of McDonald’s alleges that a male coworker at a Michigan McDonald’s regularly grabbed her breasts and buttocks and propositioned her for sex, creating a hostile work environment.

 

This is only the latest allegation of rampant abuse and harassment of female McDonald’s employees. A class-action lawsuit has now been filed, alleging a “culture of sexual harassment” at McDonald’s.

 

There are currently over 50 claims and

 

In Colorado, you may find yourself standing before a judge if you post or distribute intimate images of your lover or spouse online after a breakup. How so?

 

Harassing your former significant other by posting nude images without his or her permission is a violation of Colorado’s revenge porn laws. These laws also apply to strangers who post images they find when they hack into someone else’s device