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Category Archive:  Colorado Sex Crimes Sentencing Laws

Nov 19

By H. Michael Steinberg Colorado Sex Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer Colorado Mandatory Sex Offender Lifetime Sentences Create Havoc For Judges – Sentencing in certain more serious Colorado Sex Crime cases contains mandatory lifetime sentencing components that remove the discretion a Trial Judge typically has for sentencing. Judge sentencing convicted Defendants in Colorado criminal cases focus on many factors – a broad outline of those considerations include: The demographics of the Defendant, The criminal history of … Read The Rest

Apr 14

By H. Michael Steinberg Colorado Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer Colorado Criminal Sex Crimes Law – Denial While On Probation And Implications For Sex Offender Probation Violations And Re-Sentencing – Recently (2016) a man in Colorado Springs was sentenced to 10 years to life on Colorado Sex Offender Intensive Supervision Probation (SOISP). While the plea agreement kept him out of prison after pleading guilty to molesting a child, he refused to admit much of what the … 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

Jun 15

by H. Michael Steinberg – Colorado Sex Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer. Quietly – the Colorado state legislature – unhappy with the fact that Colorado judge’s may have some discretion setting the bottom – or minimum sentence in Lifetime Indeterminate Sentencing Cases – passed HB – 14-1260. Entitled: – HB 14-1260: Adjusting Presumptive Ranges for Sexual Intrusion Crimes Against Children 12 and Under When Perpetrator is At Least 10 Years Older – The new law mandates … Read The Rest

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