Colorado Defense Lawyer: Unlawful Sexual Contact
Not all serious sex crimes amount to sexual assault, but if you are convicted of unlawful sexual contact, you will face many of the same consequences, including prison and sex offender registration. I am attorney Christopher T. Braddock, and I have been protecting the rights of clients charged with unlawful sexual contact in Colorado for over fifteen years.
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If you have been charged with a sex crime, you may not understand the difference between unlawful sexual contact and sexual assault. Sexual assault requires the penetration or intrusion of genitals by one or both parties. The crime of unlawful sexual contact does not involve genital penetration, but despite the title it does not necessarily require touching of any kind.
For example, it is considered unlawful sexual contact to put something in someone's drink that would impair them. Unlawful sexual contact charges can also be filed against those accused of inducing or coercing others to expose themselves for the suspect's sexual gratification. The charges become even more severe if this activity involves a child Sexual Assault on a Child.
Sex crimes involving unlawful sexual contact often come down to a matter of perception. I will conduct a thorough investigation on your behalf to uncover evidence that will serve your defense in court. The potential consequences are severe, and you do not want to miss any opportunity to strengthen your case.
Providing more than just legal counsel in court, we will fully explain your legal options, so you understand the challenges you face from the outset. If you cannot schedule an appointment at my Denver office during weekly business hours, I also offer evening and weekend appointments. Contact me today for more information.