Adams County Lawyer for Sexual Assault Charges | Sex is Now More Dangerous
Rape and Sexual Assault allegations against men are swift and sure. You make a woman unhappy or she feels guilty the next morning after having a one night stand with you? You go directly to jail. There are too many cops just waiting for a chance to rescue a woman who alleges she was sexually assaulted. The Adams County Sheriff’s Department is filled with detectives wanting to earn their badge and look tough on crime. There are too many rewards for Brighton police officers if they arrest a “perp” accused of sexual assault. The truth need not be considered. No longer is getting an STD the most dangerous reason not to have sex with a stranger.
Sexual Assault Charges in Douglas County – A Real Example of a Rape Lie
I still remember the pretty woman who wanted a leg up on her husband in their divorce proceedings. She was mad at him for divorcing her. So, she called police and said that her husband forced her to have sex with him. Sure, the Sexual Assault allegations were a complete lie with no evidence. Yet, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Detective arrested my client and put him in jail. The deputy even lied to my client during an interrogation and told him there was a witness. There wasn’t. Read more: Sexual Assault False Allegations
The Colorado Legal Definition of Sexual Assault in Arapahoe County – C.R.S. 18-3-402
In order to convict someone of Sexual Assault in Arapahoe County, the jury just needs to believe the woman making the allegations more than the man. It is that simple to send a man to prison for life. Here is what the definition which a jury has to choose from:
“Any actor who knowingly inflicts sexual intrusion or sexual penetration on a victim commits sexual assault if:
(a) The actor causes submission of the victim by means of sufficient consequence reasonably calculated to cause submission against the victim’s will; or
(b) The actor knows that the victim is incapable of appraising the nature of the victim’s conduct; or
(c) The actor knows that the victim submits erroneously, believing the actor to be the victim’s spouse; or
(d) At the time of the commission of the act, the victim is less than fifteen years of age and the actor is at least four years older than the victim and is not the spouse of the victim; or
(e) At the time of the commission of the act, the victim is at least fifteen years of age but less than seventeen years of age and the actor is at least ten years older than the victim and is not the spouse of the victim; or
(f) The victim is in custody of law or detained in a hospital or other institution and the actor has supervisory or disciplinary authority over the victim and uses this position of authority to coerce the victim to submit, unless the act is incident to a lawful search; or
(g) The actor, while purporting to offer a medical service, engages in treatment or examination of a victim for other than a bona fide medical purpose or in a manner substantially inconsistent with reasonable medical practices; or
(h) The victim is physically helpless and the actor knows the victim is physically helpless and the victim has not consented.”
Sexual Assault / Rape in Jefferson County: One Word Against Another
Why is no evidence of this crime required? Because lawmakers and District Attorneys fear the criticism of victim’s rights groups at election time. They are worried someone will oppose them during the next election and say they don’t support helpless women who are victims of rape. No one considers the HUGE number of women who make these sexual assault allegations for transparent reasons. We have seen men in Jefferson County accused of Sex Assault because the woman’s boyfriend found out that she cheated on him and the only way to save face (and his money in her life), is the allege she was forced. No need for any physical injury or signs of a struggle. Or, we often see cases where a woman has sex with a man after drinking (and he is drinking too) and the woman says she was “incapable of appraising the nature of (her) the victim’s conduct” – see (b) above. Police forget that the man was drinking too and maybe more drunk than the woman. Finally, the woman wakes up the next morning and feels shame and regret (like she should for sleeping with a complete stranger) and the only way to save face with her mother and friends is to allege sexual assault. All of this happens a lot in Jefferson County. And, many men are in prison because the jury thought the woman was cuter than the man and that her fake tears were real (indicating a definite sincerity). Should men learn to cry better? After all, it is just one person’s word against another’s.
Denver County Sexual Assault – District Attorneys Go With Their Gut
Rarely is there much physical evidence in a Denver Sexual Assault case. What surprises me is how randomly the decision to charge a man or not charge a man occurs in these lifetime imprisonment cases. I have spoken with people from the Denver District Attorney’s Office many times. DA’s just go with their gut. Sometimes they “feel” a woman is lying and sometimes they don’t. So, they take a man to trial and let the jury roll the dice based on emotion. There is rarely evidence like bruises, tearing of skin, torn clothing, or screams heard by witnesses. There really isn’t a lot of rhyme or reason why certain people are charged and others are not. With Sexual Assault, “Justice” is a roll of the dice in front of a jury. Justice takes a back seat to job security for a government lawyer.
If your friend or family member is being accused or charged with Sexual Assault, be smart, exercise your right to remain silent, and contact the best Sexual Assault attorneys at the O’Malley Law Office, at 303-731-0719. We will fight hard for their life and winning will be our only option. Together, we can protect their future.
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