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Category Archive:  C.R.S.18-3-405.4/18-3-306: Sexual Exploitation of Children

Feb 11

Possession Of Child Pornography (Sexual Exploitation 18-6-403) In Colorado – Is Mere Viewing Enough? By H. Michael Steinberg Colorado Sex Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer – Attorney Possession Of Child Pornography (Sexual Exploitation 18-6-403) In Colorado – Is Mere Viewing Enough? In Marsh v. People – a 2017 decision, the Colorado Supreme Court held that “possession” under Colorado’s child pornography statute now includes merely viewing child pornography on the Internet and does NOT require downloading or … Read The Rest

Aug 21

 By H. Michael Steinberg Colorado Sex Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer In a case that quickly establishes the stark difference of Federal penalties for child pornography – call Sexual Exploitation Of A Child In Colorado – a Colorado Springs man was sentenced to 57 months – or almost 5 years for the possession of over 100 child pornography videos over several years. That entire sentence will be served less about 15 % and it will be … Read The Rest

Apr 13

Colorado Internet Luring Conviction – 18-3-306 by Colorado Internet Sex Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer – H. Michael Steinberg The Crime of Colorado Internet Luring under 18-3-306 requires an mandatory indeterminate life sentence and is considered by many Colorado criminal defense lawyers – whose clients are the victims of out of control police and sheriff’s departments in Colorado managing wide ranging and well funded “sting” operations intent on targeting what may be individuals who are swept … Read The Rest

May 27

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