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Sexual Offenses in Colorado are prosecuted and defended vigorously. Sexual Offenses can range from offenses against minors to offenses against adults, obscenity and possession of child pornography. If convicted, a person becomes not only a convicted sex offender, but has to register as a sex offender as well. Once convicted, a defendant can receive an indeterminate prison sentence, lifetime probation, or both. The only way to successfully complete probation on these types of offenses is to admit to the crime for which you are charged, otherwise you are put into a “denier’s” group, and will be ultimately unsuccessfully discharged from treatment if the person cannot admit to the crime.
Due to the very serious nature of these offenses themselves, thorough investigations must be conducted immediately in order to negotiate with the District Attorney’s Office. The lawyers at Fahrenholtz & Wiens, LLC have defended people accused of sexual assaults against children, sexual assaults against adults, unlawful sexual contact, obscenity, sexual exploitation of children, and various other offenses.
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Any potential criminal case requires a detailed understanding of the facts, the processes, and the law. If you or someone you know has committed a crime or have been accused of a crime by the Federal Government, you will want to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney. Not sure what to do? Contact Fahrenholtz & Wiens, LLC to schedule your free consultation.
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