Man in Boulder Wanted for Unlawful Sexual Contact
Last week a woman in Boulder, sleeping next to her boyfriend, was awoken by another man touching her on the outside of her underwear. According to the article, the woman's boyfriend chased the man out of the home, and the intruder disappeared before police arrived. If caught, the man will be facing the serious charge of Unlawful Sexual Contact.
Lawyer for Assault, Obstruction & Menacing Charges in Boulder, Colorado
A man in Boulder County has been arrested after a confrontation with sheriff deputies that surprisingly ended without anyone being injured, besides the man who was ultimately taken down by a single bean bag round and a taser. He now faces many serious crimes, including multiple felonies and misdemeanors. According to the article, he has been charged with "four counts of Attempted 1st Degree Assault on a Peace Officer, Possession of Explosive Device, Felony Menacing, Obstruction of a Peace Officer and Resisting Arrest" (KOAA). Let's take a look at how his actions resulted in the separate charges:
Denver Lawyer for False Accusations
Thanksgiving approaching has people thinking about all they have to be thankful for, and I'm sure that a man in Texas is still counting his blessings after a selfie of all things saved him from what could have been a life in prison. A 21 year-old was shocked when police came to take him into custody, saying there was a warrant for his arrest. Though the police rudely said "Don't act like you don't know" when he asked for the reason, he really was at a loss as to why. Turns out that an ex-girlfriend from high school with a grudge claimed that he had forced his way into her home and attacked her, carving an "X" below her neck with a box cutter. There was one big flaw to her story though: he wasn't there. He was 70 miles away with his parents, and thankfully his mom posted a selfie that he had taken of himself with his family while they were out that night, right at the time that the woman claimed he had attacked her.
Man in Larimer County Arrested on 12 Counts of Sexual Exploitation of a Child
After a Cyber Crimes Unit's search led them to a local I.P. address, the Loveland Police SWAT team was able to get a search warrant for an apartment in Loveland. According to the article by Fox31 Denver, they arrested a man, who is now facing 12 counts of sexual exploitation of a child and two counts of sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust. All of the crimes are serious felony charges, that can be subject to indeterminate sentencing. This means that if convicted, the judge does not have to give the man a maximum sentence in prison, which can result in a life sentence.
What Should I Do If I am Charged with Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor in Denver?
So, you've been charged with Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor in Denver? Are you wondering what to do? Maybe this is your first criminal charge, or perhaps it is a second or subsequent offense. Either way, it's important to your future that your next steps involve not talking with the police and contacting an experienced criminal defense attorney to set up a free initial consultation or to schedule a jail visit. As a felony offense in Colorado, if you are convicted you can be facing high fines and years in the Colorado Department of Corrections.
Sex Offender Registration in Arapahoe County
In Arapahoe County, and throughout Colorado, if you are convicted of an unlawful sexual offense you are required by law to register as a sex offender. Some of the criminal offenses that require registration include sexual assault on a child, enticement of a child, aggravated incest, indecent exposure, and internet luring of a child. While some people have the option to one day petition the Arapahoe County Court for deregistration (no one can simply stop registering, even when the time sentenced to register has been completed), those who are considered sexually violent predators and those who were convicted of the most serious sex crimes will have to remain registered for the rest of their life.
Woman in Larimer County Charged and Convicted of Resisting Arrest
It was a widely publicized story last year when a CSU student in Larimer County was charged with Obstructing a Peace Officer and Resisting Arrest. The woman had been exiting a bar on her 21st birthday, when her friend was approached by officers. She confronted the police, becoming vocally and physically hostile. The officer brought her to the ground when she wouldn't comply with his requests. In an article by CBS Denver, she is said to have been sentenced to one year of supervised probation and 48 hours of community service, after the first trial ended in a mistrial and the second trial was continued. The Fort Collins Police Officer involved was cleared of all the charges brought against him for how he handled the situation.