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Crimes With Constitutional Rights
Victim Rights
Crime victims have certain rights. If you are a victim of one of the crimes listed below, your rights are guaranteed by the Colorado Constitution:
  • Any crime which includes an act of domestic violence
  • Assault - 1st, 2nd, 3rd degree; vehicular; on the elderly or disabled
  • Burglary - 1st degree
  • Careless driving resulting in death
  • Child abuse
  • Child prostitution               
  • Crimes against at-risk adults or juveniles
  • Criminally - negligent homicide and vehicular homicide
  • Ethnic intimidation / biased motivated crimes as defined by C.R.S. 18-9-121
  • Harassment by stalking
  • Hit and run resulting in death
  • Incest - aggravated incest
  • Indecent exposure
  • Intimidation or aggravated intimidation of a victim or witness
  • Invasion of privacy for sexual gratification
  • Involuntary Servitude
  • Kidnapping - 1st and 2nd degree
  • Manslaughter                
  • Menacing
  • Murder - 1st and 2nd degree
  • Posting a private image for harassment or pecuniary (monetary) gain               
  • Retaliation against a judge, juror, prosecutor, victim, or witness
  • Robbery - aggravated, aggravated of a controlled substance, of the elderly or disabled
  • Sexual assault; unlawful sexual contact; sexual assault on a child; on a child by one in a position of trust; on a client by a psychotherapist
  • Sexual exploitation of children
  • Tampering with a witness or victim
  • Trafficking in adults or children
  • Any attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation of these crimes
  • Violation of a criminal protection order under Section 18-1-1001, C.R.S., against a person charged with committing sexual assault, on a child, on a child by one in a position of trust, or on a client by a psychotherapist