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A Sex Crime Charge Can Lead to Serious Consequences: Get a Defense Attorney

If you have been charged with a sex crime, you are probably feeling stressed, frightened, or upset—and with good reason. The penalties for sex crimes in Colorado are severe and can include life imprisonment. If you are convicted, you will be required to register as a sex offender for life. This very public registration will allow anyone with internet access to find your picture and criminal information. You may be prevented from seeing your children, visiting certain public areas, or even using a computer. And if you lose your job, you may find it nearly impossible to get a new one. The gravity of these allegations means you need a Denver sex crimes lawyer.

Trumping crimes like shoplifting, vandalism, and drug possession, sex crimes are some of the most serious charges in all of Colorado. Even if you are only accused of a crime, the effect can be devastating—not only do you face imprisonment and legal penalties, you can suffer harm to your reputation, relationships, and career.

Colorado sex crimes penalties include, but are not limited to:

  • Incarceration
  • Probation
  • Fines
  • Sex offender registration
  • Sex offender probation
  • Sex offender treatment

A conviction can also result in a stigma that follows the accused for the rest of their life.

Few crimes can bring about more permanent damage than a sex crime. If you’ve been charged with this very grave offense, it is crucial that you hire a Denver sex crime defense attorney with experience, skill, and compassion.

Long-time defense attorney Kevin Cahill has years of experience combatting sex crime charges and a proven track record of success with these difficult cases. Kevin Cahill takes the duty of defending his clients very seriously and works tirelessly to ensure their rights are protected. With Kevin Cahill on your side, you can increase your chance of seeking a favorable outcome, such as getting a sex crime charge reduced or dropped.

Contact the Law Office of Kevin Cahill at (720) 548-2990 today.

What Constitutes a Sex Crime in Colorado?

Sex crime charges can be particularly frightening because a victim’s words alone can sometimes lead to a conviction. A careless comment made by a student, patient, or ex-spouse can lead to a charge. It’s especially tricky when the accusation comes from a child, who is likely to be very impressionable.

Sex crimes enumerated under Colorado law include, but are not limited to:

  • Sexual assault on a child (CRS 18-3-405). This is one of the most commonly charged sex crimes. It involves knowingly subjecting a child to sexual contact. To qualify as assault, the victim must be less than 15 years of age, and the offender must be at least four years older.
  • Internet sexual exploitation of a child (CRS 18-3-405.4). You can be charged with internet sexual exploitation of a child if you are found soliciting nude photos from a minor—even if you were unaware of their age.
  • Indecent exposure (CRS 18-7-302). An indecent exposure charge often arises from misunderstandings and accidents. You can be charged with indecent exposure for streaking, flashing, and unintentionally exposing yourself due to ignorance of another’s presence or problems with your clothing.
  • Juvenile Sexting (CRS 18-7-109). Many minors may be surprised to learn that their seemingly harmless photographs via text messages may land them in serious trouble. If a minor sends sexually explicit photographs of themselves to someone else, they can be charged with distributing child pornography. This type of incident—known as “sexting”—has become common in recent years.
  • Prostitution or solicitation of prostitution (CRS 18-7-201). You can be charged with a sex crime for offering a sexual service for money or anything of value. Alternatively, you can be charged with solicitation of prostitution if you offer money or anything of value in exchange for a sexual service.
  • Rape/Sexual Assault (CRS 18-3-402). Rape is a very serious charge that occurs when someone is accused of forcefully taking sexual advantage of someone else without their consent.

These are only a few of the many ways you can find yourself facing a sex crime charge in Colorado. It’s possible to be charged and convicted, even if you didn’t realize you were doing anything wrong.

Kevin Cahill represents clients charged with a comprehensive range of sex crimes, from child abuse to internet sex crimes. With discretion and compassion, Kevin Cahill can work with you to identify the best strategy for your defense. He is a skilled Denver sex offense lawyer and can defend your rights and seek to spare you from a lifetime of imprisonment and humiliation.

What to Do If You Are Charged With a Sex Crime in Colorado

If you’ve been accused of a sex crime, you’re probably experiencing a range of emotions—from panic and confusion to hurt and shame. It’s important to keep calm, however, and remain discreet about the nature of your charge. Do not talk to friends, family, or the police about the charge. Also, do not submit to a polygraph test. Such actions can end up producing evidence that can harm your case.

Instead, speak with a lawyer who practices criminal defense. Selecting an experienced Denver sex crimes attorney is key because they will know an effective way to combat your unique charge. A skilled attorney can thoroughly investigate your case and unearth evidence that may be able to save you from having to go to trial entirely. During the trial process, a lawyer can provide aggressive representation and empathetic counsel.

Drawing from his firm understanding of the law, Kevin Cahill will fight for your rights every step of the way. Kevin Cahill recognizes the magnitude of sex crime charges and will work relentlessly to protect your future, livelihood, and reputation.

Kevin Cahill Will Fight Fearlessly on Your Behalf

If you are accused of a sex crime in Colorado, you don’t just need a lawyer—you need an ally, a supporter, and experienced sex crime defense on your side. Kevin Cahill knows what tactics to take to give you the best chance at a positive outcome. Kevin Cahill has handled numerous successful cases in the past and has years of experience designing and executing strong defenses.

Don’t deal with this upsetting, isolating, and daunting charge alone. Instead, choose to fight for your rights by contactingour Denver sex crimes lawyer at (720) 548-2990.

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