Colorado Sex Offender Registry Removal

Skilled, Strategic Counsel to Help People Get Off the Colorado Sex Offender Registry

Seeking removal from the Colorado sex offender registry is not an easy or quick process, but it can be extremely worthwhile. When successful, removal from the Colorado sex offender registry can give people a fresh start, potentially opening up new education, employment, and other opportunities.

At The Datz Law Firm, P.C., our Broomfield sex crimes lawyers are experienced at helping people pursue petitions for removal from the Colorado sex offender registry. To find out if you qualify for removal or get your removal petition started, simply contact our firm today.

Call (720) 879-1114 or email us for important answers and advice regarding eligibility, your rights, and how to proceed.

We are ready to explain your options and help you overcome the challenges ahead.

Who Qualifies for Removal from the Colorado Sex Offender Registry?

There are strict requirements, under Colorado law, that must be met in order to qualify for removal from the Colorado sex offender registry. These include:

  • Satisfying all court-ordered penalties, including any education or rehabilitation programs
  • Complying with all terms of probation or parole
  • Not having more than one sex crime conviction on a criminal record
  • Not being a sexually violent offender
  • Not having to re-register as a sex offender on a quarterly basis
  • Submitting the petition for removal within the legally required timeframe

The timeframe for filing a petition will depend on what the circumstances involved, as the table below shows.

Circumstance When to File a Petition for Removal
Felony 1, 2 or 3 convictions 20 years
Felony 4, 5, or 6 or Class 1 misdemeanor convictions 10 years
Misdemeanor convictions (other than class 1 misdemeanors) 5 years
Deferred judgments Upon completion of the case
Offenses committed by minors Upon completion of the sentence

How Do I Get My Petition for Removal Started?

Generally, a petition for removal from the Colorado sex offender registry has to be submitted to multiple parties. These can include local law enforcement agencies, prosecutors involved in the case, and others.

While the notification process can be complicated, that’s just the beginning. Following that initial step, there can be court filings and hearings, where the arguments for removal and any necessary evidence will need to be presented.

Where Can I Get Help for a Petition for Removal from the Colorado Sex Offender Registry?

Contact a Broomfield criminal defense and sex crimes lawyer at The Datz Law Firm, P.C. We can help you with all aspects of removal petitions, from determining eligibility through the resolution of a case. With our experienced counsel and strategic representation, you can get the guidance, advocacy, and support you need to set a removal petition up for success.

Call (720) 879-1114 or email us to find out if you qualify for removal from the Colorado sex offender registry or to get your removal petition started today.

At The Datz Law Firm, P.C., we are devoted to providing the counsel and service we would expect if we were in your shoes. Let us help you resolve your sensitive legal issues so you can move on to a brighter future.

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