Indeterminate Sentencing for Sex Offenses in Colorado

How Indeterminate Sentencing Works in Colorado Sex Crimes Cases

For some sex crime convictions, indeterminate sentencing may be imposed, meaning there is no firm end date for the penalties. Instead, a parole board will determine when the penalties should come to an end.

When sex crimes charges carry indeterminate sentencing, it’s more critical than ever to present a strong defense. Without it, a conviction and indeterminate sentencing can leave you facing the maximum possible penalties as the upper limit of your sentence. In serious felony cases, that could span a lifetime.

At The Datz Law Firm, P.C., our Broomfield sex crimes lawyers are skilled at defending the accused in various cases associated with indeterminate sentencing. No matter what sex crimes charges you face, we have the knowledge, skills, and experience to craft a strong, effective defense case.

The sooner you contact us, the sooner you can get experienced lawyers in your corner, fighting to protect your rights and seek the best possible resolution.

Call (720) 879-1114 or email us for important answers about your rights and legal options.

We are ready to help you understand and pursue your best defense options, so you can get through these challenging times and move on to a brighter future.

What Sex Crimes Charges in Colorado Carry Indeterminate Sentences?

Typically, indeterminate sentences are reserved for the most serious sex crimes charges. Often, these are cases in which there is a concern about future repeat offenses. That’s why, in many cases, prison sentences that come with indeterminate sentencing also require some type of treatment.

The charges associated with indeterminate sentencing in Colorado include (and are not limited to):

  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual assault on a child
  • Felony unlawful sexual conduct
  • Aggravated sexual assault by a psychotherapist on a client
  • Patronizing a prostituted child
  • Internet luring or sexual exploitation of a child
  • Enticement of a child
  • Incest

How Do I Avoid Indeterminate Sentencing?

Contact a Broomfield sex crimes lawyer at The Datz Law Firm, P.C. We can help you build and present a strategic defense, aimed at dismantling the allegations and asserting your rights. Depending on the circumstances, we may be able to:

  • Uncover new evidence: We can reinvestigate the case, push for additional forensic testing, look for new potential witnesses, and more.
  • Get the charges reduced or, when possible, dismissed: Depending on the evidence or lack of evidence available, our lawyers may be able to get charges dropped or reduced. That could be the key to avoiding indeterminate sentencing in a sex crimes case.

Ultimately, the strength and success of your sex crimes case can come down to your lawyer. Make sure you have an experienced Broomfield criminal defense attorney at The Datz Law Firm, P.C. in your corner, providing aggressive defense representation every step of the way.

Call (720) 879-1114 or email us for important answers about your rights and legal options.

As former district attorneys, our Broomfield sex crimes lawyers know how prosecutors work and argue cases. We use that insight to anticipate their tactics and effectively challenge them in any legal setting.

Beyond our extensive trial experience and record of success, we also offer compassionate, personal service. We know that a felony sex crime case can be intensely frustrating, stressful, and overwhelming. That’s why we are dedicated to offering the counsel, support, and service we would expect if we were in your shoes.

We are ready to start defending you now. To get the help you need to fight sex crime charges and protect your freedom and future, contact The Datz Law Firm, P.C. today.

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