Felony Sexual Assault Crimes

Statutes for Sexual Offenses in Colorado:

Sexual assault
(18-3-402)
 
Unlawful sexual contact
(18-3-404)
 
Sexual assault on a child
(18-3-405)
 
Sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust
(18-3-405.3)
 
Internet sexual exploitation of a child
(18-3-405.4)
 
Indecent Exposure
(18-7-302)
 
Failure to Register as a Sex Offender
(18-3-412.5)
 
Indeterminate Sentence for Sex Offenders
(18-1.3-1004)
 
Aggravated Incest
(18-6-302)
 
Incest
(18-6-302)
 
Internet Luring of a Child
(18-3-306)

Internet Sexual Exploitation of a Child (18-3-405.4)

  1. A person commits internet sexual exploitation of a child if a person, who is at least four years older than a child who is under fifteen years of age, knowingly importunes, invites, or entices the child through communication via a computer network or system to:
    (a) Expose or touch the child's own or another person's intimate parts while communicating with the person via a computer network or system; or
    (b) Observe the person's intimate parts while communicating with the person via a computer network or system.
  2. It shall not be an affirmative defense to this section that the child was actually a law enforcement officer posing as a child under fifteen years of age.
  3. Internet sexual exploitation of a child is a class 4 felony.

 

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