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What It’s Like to Be on the Sex Offender Registry in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sex Offender Registry

What It’s Like to Be on the Sex Offender Registry in Colorado

The justice system is founded on the premise of rehabilitating offenders. Individuals are sentenced to punishments deemed to fit the crime. Once a sentence is carried out, offenders are said to have paid their dues. Yet there are some crimes … Continue reading

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Epstein May Be Dead, but Sex Trafficking Is Alive and Well in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sex Trafficking

Epstein May Be Dead, but Sex Trafficking Is Alive and Well in Colorado

While awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges, millionaire financier Jefferey Epstein is believed to have committed suicide in his jail cell at New York’s Metropolitan Correctional Center on August 10. Epstein, aged 66, had been incarcerated since early July  when he … Continue reading

Your Guide to Internet Luring Charges in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Internet Crimes | Internet Luring of Child | Sex Crimes

Your Guide to Internet Luring Charges in Colorado

Members of the Cherry Creek School District have read unsettling headlines in the past few weeks. A bus driver in the community was charged with internet luring of a child. The man is currently on administrative leave. An undercover officer … Continue reading

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“Loophole” Has DA Arguing to Change Colorado Sexual Assault Laws

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sexual Assault

“Loophole” Has DA Arguing to Change Colorado Sexual Assault Laws

A Colorado man was convicted of sexual assault of a child and sexual assault of a child by a person in a position of trust in 2016. Why? Because he ordered his 4-year-old foster child to approach him, removed his … Continue reading

Statutory Rape in Colorado: How the Law Works

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Rape | Sex Crimes | Statutory Rape

Statutory Rape in Colorado: How the Law Works

Statutory rape laws are based on the premise that minor children are incapable of informed consent to sex acts. The inability of minors to form consent is written in the statutes – hence the term “statutory rape.” In statutory rape, … Continue reading

With College Sex Crimes Up, What Do Colorado Universities Watch For?

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Category: Sex Crimes

With College Sex Crimes Up, What Do Colorado Universities Watch For?

Generally speaking, the overall crime rate on college campus has dropped substantially — except for one important area. Reports of sex crimes increased by an astounding 205% between 2001 and 2015. This probably sounds terrifying – and it should. However, … Continue reading

Strategies to Fight Colorado Sex Crime Charges

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes

Strategies to Fight Colorado Sex Crime Charges

Sex crime consequences are some of the most severe in the Colorado criminal statutes – and for good reason. Sex crimes have long-lasting psychological impacts on survivors, and are a threat to society. To protect potential victims, convicted sex offenders … Continue reading

How Sex Crimes Netted a Colorado Man a 472-Year Sentence

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes

How Sex Crimes Netted a Colorado Man a 472-Year Sentence

Recently, a Colorado man received the longest-ever sentence for human trafficking in U.S. history. Brock Franklin, 31, was convicted on 30 violations that fall under Colorado’s Organized Crime Control Act, including numerous sex crimes. Several children and women provided testimony … Continue reading

AG Fights Ruling Colorado’s Sex Offender Registry Is Unconstitutional

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sex Offender Registry

AG Fights Ruling Colorado’s Sex Offender Registry Is Unconstitutional

If you’re convicted of a sex crime, one of the consequences of that crime usually involves having to register as a sex offender. Every state, along with our federal government, has a sex offender registry, but one court has found … Continue reading

How to Get Off of Colorado’s Sex Offender Registry

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes

How to Get Off of Colorado’s Sex Offender Registry

In our state, if you’re convicted of a sexual offense, you are required to register as a sex offender for five, 10, or 20 years – up to life. What happens, however, when you’ve completed your registration period? Your first … Continue reading

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