A Sexual Assault on a Child (C.R.S. 18-3-405) accusation in Adams County, Colorado is about the most terrifying experience a person will ever face. The Thornton Police Department and Adams County District Attorney's Office know that it takes little more than the word of one person to win a SAOC case and to put another person in prison. To make matters worse, the culture across America has a strong bias against the accused.
What is Complicity in Denver, Colorado?
In Denver County, or anywhere in the state of Colorado, "a person is legally accountable as principal (the person that committed the crime) if, with the intent to promote or facilitate the commission of the offense, he or she aids, abets, advises, or encourages the other person in planning or committing the offense." See, C.R.S. 18-1-603. Because no one in Colorado is actually charged with a crime call "Complicity", you might be wondering "What is Complicity?". Instead, it is a principal of law that permits prosecutors to charge someone with a crime, so long as they played a role in helping someone commit the crime(s).
False Allegations Against the Innocent are Common in Jefferson County
False Allegations against people have become common, as police are too worried about criticism for not filing charges. In Jefferson County, we see Lakewood Police and Arvada police arresting men and women on the mere word of an angry neighbor or ex-friend. When False Reporting causes your arrest, remain silent and never speak with police.
Domestic Violence Lie to Police - How to Prove I am Innocent of Harassment in Castle Rock and Parker, Colorado
How you prove you are Innocent of False Allegations comes to the mind of every man and woman after police arrest them and take them to jail. Once the shock of being arrested goes away, people need to start thinking about their defense. A good example to use in this discussion, is the common Douglas County domestic violence case where Parker Police arrest a man or woman because their spouse claims they were hit, slapped or pushed. This is called Harassment. Even when it is an absolute lie, you still have a chance of NOT being arrested, if there is no evidence. Let's look at what evidence looks like in this common Domestic Violence case, and what you should do. Read also about False Reporting to Authorities.