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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

Colorado May Add Multiple Charges for “Sexting” Soon

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes

Colorado May Add Multiple Charges for “Sexting” Soon

If you are the parent of teenagers, you’ve probably heard all kinds of things about the dangers of sexting. If you are a young single adult, you’ve probably heard horror stories from friends or peers about sexts gone wrong. Even … Continue reading

Can You Be Arrested for Being a Peeping Tom in Colorado?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes

Can You Be Arrested for Being a Peeping Tom in Colorado?

Whether the offender is a teenage boy or a fully grown adult, no one likes a Peeping Tom. The term is a silly name for someone who “peeps” into the windows of homes, either by using binoculars from a distance, … Continue reading

Colorado Universities Offering Classes to Prevent Sexual Assault

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sexual Assault

Colorado Universities Offering Classes to Prevent Sexual Assault

Our country needs a lesson on sexual assault. College campuses around the nation are awash in controversy over allegations, accusations, and a “rape culture.” Regardless of whether the incidents actually occurred, our President-elect has openly bragged about committing sexual assault, … Continue reading

A Guide to Colorado’s “Morality Crimes”

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sex Offender Registry

A Guide to Colorado’s “Morality Crimes”

We often talk about different types of crimes in two categories: violent and non-violent. Violent crimes cause bodily harm to others (think assault or murder), and non-violent crimes typically involve white-collar crimes or indiscretions concerning money or property (theft, embezzlement, … Continue reading

Another Short Sentence for Sexual Assault Makes National News

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes

Another Short Sentence for Sexual Assault Makes National News

Only weeks after Brock Turner’s six-month sentence for sexual assault charges sparked outrage across the nation, another light sentence for sexual assault has made national news. This time, the offender was sentenced right here in Colorado. Austin James Wilkerson, a … Continue reading

A Guide to Colorado’s Sex Offender Registry

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sex Offender Registry

A Guide to Colorado’s Sex Offender Registry

Colorado has harsh sentences for sex crimes. As just one example, in the past offenders convicted for possessing underage pornography have received life sentences. To put that in perspective, these are non-violent crimes that receive the same sentence as that … Continue reading

Understanding Sexual Assault Laws in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sexual Assault

Understanding Sexual Assault Laws in Colorado

Sexual assault is a serious crime – both here in Colorado and throughout the United States. It’s so bad that we usually can’t go a week without hearing about a sexual assault case on the news. For example, there was … Continue reading

The Ethics of Catching Child Pornography Offenders

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Child Pornography | Sex Crimes

The Ethics of Catching Child Pornography Offenders

Last year, the FBI operated one of the largest child pornography websites on the internet for almost two weeks. Yes, you read that right. The Federal Bureau of Investigation was running a child pornography site. The site gave users access … Continue reading

Sexting: A Guide to Protecting Your Children

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Juvenile Crimes | Sex Crimes | Sexting

Sexting: A Guide to Protecting Your Children

The law often lags far behind new technology—sometimes with disastrous results. One huge example of this is the rise of sexting among teens. Until the law is modified, minors can find themselves facing child pornography charges for sharing explicit photos … Continue reading

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