Getting Removed From Sex Offender Registry

Were you recently rejected on a housing or apartment application? Do you keep getting passed up on job offers even though you feel you met the employers required qualifications? Are people in the neighborhood cold or distant towards you? Don't let this unfair treatment and suffering continue. Take control of your life. You should not be judged by your past, and we can help!

If you are required to register as a sex offender in Colorado, you may have the option to petition the Colorado criminal courts to remove that requirement and allow you to go back to a more normal life. This is because according to our state legislature, the sex offender registry is not a punitive sanction designed to make your life harder, but rather an issue of community safety.

Naturally it makes sense that if you have successfully completed your sentence and you are no longer a threat to reoffend and your sex crimes case is closed, then you may have the opportunity to remove your name from the sex offender registry.

An experienced sex offender deregistration lawyer from Shazam Kianpour & Associates can help you remove your name from the sex offender registry. Call us today for a free consultation so that we can examine your case history and begin the process!

Why am I required to Register as a Sex Offender? What Crimes make me have to register?

In Colorado there are a variety of different crimes that will require you to register as a sex offender. Depending on your particular Colorado sex crime and the facts and circumstances around it, you may petition to discontinue your registration sex offender registration soon after you complete your sentence, or you may be required to register for life under certain other circumstances.

This is not an easy or quick analysis and you will benefit greatly from having an experienced sex crimes attorney from Shazam Kianpour & Associates fighting to restore a more normal life for you.

Colorado laws require that if you are found guilty of or plead guilty to certain crimes, then until further notice of the Court, you will be required to register as a sex offender. Some of the types of sex crimes that will require you to register are:

  1. Sexual assault, in violation of section 18-3-402, C.R.S.; or
  2. Unlawful sexual contact, in violation of section 18-3-404, C.R.S.; or
  3. Sexual assault on a child, in violation of section 18-3-405, C.R.S.;
  4. Sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust, in violation of section 18-3-405.3, C.R.S.;
  5. Sexual assault on a client by a psychotherapist, in violation of section 18-3-405.5, C.R.S.;
  6. Enticement of a child, in violation of section 18-3-305, C.R.S.;
  7. Incest, in violation of section 18-6-301, C.R.S.;
  8. Aggravated incest, in violation of section 18-6-302, C.R.S.;
  9. Trafficking in children, in violation of section 18-3-502, C.R.S.;
  10. Sexual exploitation of children, in violation of section 18-6-403, C.R.S.;
  11. Procurement of a child for sexual exploitation, in violation of section 18-6-404, C.R.S.;
  12. Indecent exposure, in violation of section 18-7-302, C.R.S.;
  13. Soliciting for child prostitution, in violation of section 18-7-402, C.R.S.;
  14. Pandering of a child, in violation of section 18-7-403, C.R.S.;
  15. Procurement of a child, in violation of section 18-7-403.5, C.R.S.;
  16. Keeping a place of child prostitution, in violation of section 18-7-404, C.R.S.;
  17. Pimping of a child, in violation of section 18-7-405, C.R.S.;
  18. Inducement of child prostitution, in violation of section 18-7-405.5, C.R.S.;
  19. Patronizing a prostituted child, in violation of section 18-7-406, C.R.S.;
  20. Engaging in sexual conduct in a correctional institution, in violation of section 18-7-701, C.R.S.;
  21. Wholesale promotion of obscenity to a minor, in violation of section 18-7-102 (1.5), C.R.S.;
  22. Promotion of obscenity to a minor, in violation of section 18-7-102 (2.5), C.R.S.;
  23. Class 4 felony internet luring of a child, in violation of section 18-3-306 (3), C.R.S.;
  24. Internet sexual exploitation of a child, in violation of section 18-3-405.4, C.R.S.;
  25. Public indecency, committed in violation of section 18-7-301 (2) (b), C.R.S., if a second offense is committed within five years of the previous offense or a third or subsequent offense is committed;
  26. Invasion of privacy for sexual gratification, in violation of section 18-3-405.6, C.R.S.; or
  27. Second degree kidnapping, if committed in violation of section 18-3-302 (3) (a), C.R.S.

The list goes on and on, and the laws are only getting harsher and worse. Don't get treated like a criminal for the rest of your life. Your case is over, the community's harsh treatment of you and your family should end too!

See How Shazam Can Help You

Call us today. We are experienced sex crimes attorneys that can analyze your case and tell you what steps you can take to start your new life. If you can discontinue registration as a sex offender, we will find a way to petition the court for you. Call us for a free and confidential consultation today at 303-578-4036! Because when you need us, we are there for you!