Colorado Supreme Court allows man to stop registering

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      By Michael Karlik . . .  In a 4-3 decision, the Colorado Supreme Court has ruled that a criminal defendant was entitled to his request to de-register
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      Old Offender

      Hopefully ALL who complete their sentence will be free from the registry.

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      At least it’s Progress for him. Now, does this mean that later on, there MAY be an even greater Urgency to eradicate The Registry altogether? Well, this remains to be seen.

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      Tim in WI

      I hope he moves to file a federal tort case against CO.
      The presumption of a party of 1 is not enough enlightenment to justify his inclusion day 1. You know damn well his file was copied by profiteers. He should hold the government officials responsible. I’ll bet it was done before he knew it.

      This case sure makes the case that prosecutors get to have their cake and eat it too.

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      Does this affect Federal cases? I know of a person who was sentenced, served time, completed 3 years of supervised release and finished it The sex offender therapy ended when his supervised release ended. Stuck around for a year and left the country. So the question is because of this decision will this end the majority of people on Colorado’s registry automatically or do the people on the list have to file motions to deregister? What if people have a warrant for them for failure to register…does the decision quash all warrants?

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