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Public Indecency Law In Colorado - C.R.S. 18-7-301


Douglas County & Arapahoe County Charges of Public Indecency

Have you ever gotten away with having sex in a car? If so, you're lucky. One nosy onlooker or a passing Douglas County Police Officer, and you may be facing Public Indecency charges. While you or your significant other may not find anything wrong with this, Public Indecency falls under Colorado Offenses Relating to Morals and others may not like to witness, or have their children witness, excessive PDA. A crime similar to Indecent Exposure, Public Indecency is not something you want to have on your record in Arapahoe County.

Sexual Exploitation Charges and Arrest in Jefferson County, Colorado


Jefferson County Sexual Exploitation: How Normally Charged Under C.R.S. 18-6-403

Sexual Exploitation of a Child, is harmful to kids. For this reason, government agencies give police grants to make arrests for possession of nude images of kids. If they make arrests, they get more money. If they don't, their grant is not renewed. With money on the line, police go fishing for men. They go to peer to peer networks where people share files. Here, they search for known file hash values, common images names, or files from web sites where child pornography is commonly based. Never let people into your computer remotely. More Information on Sexual Exploitation of a Child.

Colorado Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor Law Makes No Sense


Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor - A Felony in Denver & Jefferson County, Colorado

It makes no sense to me that Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor is a Felony in Denver, Colorado. Colorado criminal statute law violations are written on the basis that someone is charged with a felony if a serious law violation has occurred. Murder is worse than shoplifting, shooting someone is worse than punching them, and stealing $300,000 is worse than stealing $100. Why then, is someone charged with a class 4 felony of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor in Jefferson County if they induce, aid or encourage a child to litter, make loud noises at night, or let a dog bark? What is another class 4 felony? Sexual assault.

Difference Between Enticement of a Child and Internet Luring of a Child In Denver, Colorado


Enticement of a Child and Internet Luring of a Child in Denver, Colorado: What is the Difference?

Enticement of a Child and Internet Luring of a Child are very similar crimes, and if you are contacted by Police regarding either crime, it is important that you do not talk with them. Because of the seriousness of these charges, a conviction could mean years, if not life in prison, and Denver Police look for anything and everything that can be used against you in court. Both crimes involve the attempt to meet up with a child, but the intent of the meeting is what matters when distinguishing between the two charges. Enticement and Internet Luring are defined below:

Sex Offender Registration in Denver, Colorado - C.R.S. 16-22-103


Registering as a Sex Offender in Denver & Jefferson County

Colorado law requires sex offenders to register their address, work location, email addresses, and a list of personal information with the local law enforcement where they live. See our Sex Offender Registration page. Agencies such as the Denver Police Department and Jefferson County Sheriff are required to post some of that information, including a photograph of the offender, on the internet for public access. Why? I believe it's because the average citizen believes what we are told too easily about increased safety. Furthermore, the public likes the idea that sex offenders should be re-punished. Our Colorado State Legislature doesn't say they want to dish out more punishment, so they say internet posting of sex offenders information is done for "public safety" reasons.

Resisting Arrest and Obstruction Charges in Arapahoe County


Arapahoe County - Resisting and Obstruction Charges

Resisting Arrest, C.R.S. 18-8-103 and Obstructing a Peace Officer, C.R.S. 18-8-104, are generally filed against our Colorado clients in two circumstances: 1) when police don't have anything else to charge you with - so they scrutinize your interaction with them and 2) when sheriff deputies want to stack charges against you, because the underlying crime they were called on is not serious enough. Either way, Arapahoe County Police and Sheriff Deputies add on these charges because they do not like the way you treated THEM, as opposed to your interaction with their alleged victim.

Concealed Carry Permit Laws in Denver, Colorado


Concealed Carry Permit in Denver, Colorado: How to Qualify for a Permit

If you are thinking of purchasing a firearm to use for protection in Denver, Colorado, it is important that you understand the Concealed Carry laws so that you will not find yourself in trouble with Police. First and foremost, you are required to apply for and recieve a permit to carry a concealed handgun. How do you get a gun permit in Colorado? You must meet the following requirements.

False Imprisonment Arrest Lawyer | Douglas County, Colorado

What is the Sentence for False Imprisonment Charges in Castle Rock, Colorado?

When you are arrested and charged for False Imprisonment in Douglas County and Castle Rock, you will be frustrated and scared about your future. Possible penalties can be high if charged as a felony - up to three years in prison. As a misdemeanor, you can only be sentenced to the Douglas County Jail, for 12 months. Let's look at the definition of False Imprisonment. False Imprisonment Information in Colorado.

Teenage Fun Turned Juvenile Crime in Jefferson County, Colorado


Juvenile Crime in Jefferson County, Colorado

Juveniles will think they are invincible, untouchable when it comes to crime, until they are facing the life-altering consequences of a serious conviction like First-degree arson or Minor in Possession of Alcohol. Teenagers may not understand the seriousness of their actions, might see their behavior as innocent "fun", peer pressure may have played a huge factor, or underage drinking could have affected their better judgment. We know that mistakes happen, and we do not believe that your child's future should have to suffer for a lapse in judgment.

Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification in Denver, Colorado


Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification in Denver and Adams County - Experienced Lawyers Look at All Factors

In our Denver and Adams County Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification cases, our experienced lawyers search for the big picture - what could be causing someone to call the Police to falsely accuse someone or stretch the truth.  Factors we consider in evaluating a criminal case include the strength of the DA's case for jury trial, the bias of witnesses, lesser charges which might make the government happy, lesser charges we can present to your jury, your work requirements with any plea agreement, witnesses for our side of the case and how powerful they can be considering limitations under the Colorado Rules of Evidence, and the strength of the police investigation.

Indecent Exposure in Jefferson County: How Much Skin is Too Much Skin at the Pool?

indecent-exposure-charges-in-Denver,-Colorado.jpgJefferson County Indecent Exposure Laws - Illegal Nudity

In Colorado, there are many criminal offenses that relate to morals, such as Obscenity, Prostitution, Public Indecency, and as we will discuss here, Indecent Exposure. People raised in different environments and cultures have different levels of tolerance when it comes to nudity. Some situations may cause people to object, such as if the exposure was unexpected, uninvited, or if children are present. If you are freer with your body than most, it is important to understand Colorado's Public Indecency and Indecent Exposure Laws so that you will not be charged with a Sex Offense in Jefferson County.

Criminal Trespass and Trespassing Definitions for Denver, Colorado Courts

Criminal Trespass Charges in Denver: Were you Really Trespassing?

All three of Colorado's main Trespass and Trespassing charges have similar definitions and elements. Whether you are charged with Denver First Degree Criminal Trespass, Second Degree Criminal Trespass, or Third Degree Criminal Trespass (C.R.S. 18-4-502 to 504), only the type of property trespassed upon makes any real difference. So, let's focus on the key elements common to these criminal charges - a couple of which are really important. We will focus on fields, and not improved land, houses and buildings.

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Case Results:

  • Sexual Assault and Rape charges related to divorce. Acquittal from jury trial. Weld County, Greeley, Colorado.
  • Sexual Assault on a Child, Possession of Child Pornography. Acquittal from jury trial. Jefferson County, Golden, Colorado.
  • Arson of Nursing Home. Dismissed by Court on Defendant's Motion to Dismiss. Jefferson County, Golden, Colorado.
  • Felony Drug Distribution. Acquittal from jury trial. Boulder County, Boulder, Colorado.
  • Rape and Sexual Assault charges involving divorce and child custody. Acquittal from jury trial. Douglas County, Castle Rock, Colorado.
  • Burglary and Felony Theft. Dismissed by District Attorney. Arapahoe County, Englewood, Colorado.
  • Theft of Drugs by Nurse. Dismissed by District Attorney. Jefferson County, Golden, Colorado.
  • Sexual Assault on a Child, Position of Trust. Acquittal from Jury Trial. Adams County, Brighton, Colorado.
  • Domestic Violence. Dismissed by District Attorney. Douglas County, Castle Rock, Colorado.
  • Violation of Restraining Order. Dismissed by District Attorney. Douglas County, Castle Rock.

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