Longmont Sex Crime Lawyers
Some of the most serious criminal charges in Colorado are related to sex
crimes and you should not attempt to face these charges alone. Many sex
crimes are considered
felonies, and can carry with them extensive prison sentences, treatment, and supervision.
In some cases, an offender can be sentenced to life in prison or lifetime
supervision. Even lesser misdemeanor crimes that do not impose prison
sentences have serious consequences, including extensive treatment and
In addition to incarceration, treatment, and supervision, conviction of
any sex crime results in having to register as a sex offender. There are
many difficulties that come with being a registered sex offender. Registered
sex offenders often struggle to gain employment, find housing, and maintain
personal relationships with friends and family. Moreover, the damage to
a registered sex offender's reputation can be severe.
Accused? Call (720) 809-8310 to request an initial consultation as soon
What Is Considered a Sex Crime?
The broad category of "sex crimes" includes:
- Unlawful sexual contact
- Sexual assault
- Sexual assault on a child
- Child pornography
- Indecent exposure
- Sexual exploitation
- Public indecency
Further, other criminal charges where there is an underlying factual basis
involving a sex offense may be considered sex crimes (for example, if
the court found there was a factual basis to support a charge of sexual
assault, but the defendant pled to a lesser, nonsexual offense).