2020 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 18 - Criminal Code
Article 3. Offenses Against the Person
Editor's note: This title was repealed and reenacted in 1971. For historical information concerning the repeal and reenactment, see the editor's note following the title heading.
- Section 18-3-101. Definition of terms.
- Section 18-3-102. Murder in the first degree.
- Section 18-3-103. Murder in the second degree - definitions.
- Section 18-3-104. Manslaughter.
- Section 18-3-105. Criminally negligent homicide.
- Section 18-3-106. Vehicular homicide.
- Section 18-3-107. First degree murder of a peace officer, firefighter, or emergency medical service provider - legislative declaration.
- Section 18-3-201. Definitions.
- Section 18-3-202. Assault in the first degree.
- Section 18-3-203. Assault in the second degree.
- Section 18-3-204. Assault in the third degree.
- Section 18-3-205. Vehicular assault.
- Section 18-3-206. Menacing.
- Section 18-3-207. Criminal extortion - aggravated extortion.
- Section 18-3-208. Reckless endangerment.
- Section 18-3-209. Assault on the elderly or persons with disabilities - legislative declaration. (Repealed)
- Section 18-3-301. First degree kidnapping.
- Section 18-3-302. Second degree kidnapping.
- Section 18-3-303. False imprisonment.
- Section 18-3-304. Violation of custody order or order relating to parental responsibilities.
- Section 18-3-305. Enticement of a child.
- Section 18-3-306. Internet luring of a child.
Editor's note: This title was repealed and reenacted in 1971, and this part 4 was subsequently repealed and reenacted in 1975, resulting in the addition, relocation, and elimination of sections as well as subject matter. For amendments to this part 4 prior to 1975, consult the Colorado statutory research explanatory note and the table itemizing the replacement volumes and supplements to the original volume of C.R.S. 1973 beginning on page vii in the front of this volume and the editor's note following the title heading. Former C.R.S. section numbers prior to 1975 are shown in editor's notes following those sections that were relocated.
Cross references: For introduction of evidence of similar acts or transactions by a defendant prosecuted pursuant to this part 4, see § 16-10-301.
- Section 18-3-401. Definitions.
- Section 18-3-402. Sexual assault.
- Section 18-3-403. Sexual assault in the second degree. (Repealed)
- Section 18-3-404. Unlawful sexual contact.
- Section 18-3-405. Sexual assault on a child.
- Section 18-3-405.3. Sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust.
- Section 18-3-405.4. Internet sexual exploitation of a child.
- Section 18-3-405.5. Sexual assault on a client by a psychotherapist - definitions.
- Section 18-3-405.6. Invasion of privacy for sexual gratification.
- Section 18-3-405.7. Unlawful sexual conduct by a peace officer - definition.
- Section 18-3-406. Criminality of conduct. (Repealed)
- Section 18-3-407. Victim's and witness's prior history - evidentiary hearing - victim's identity - protective order.
- Section 18-3-407.5. Victim evidence - forensic evidence - electronic lie detector exam without victim's consent prohibited.
- Section 18-3-407.7. Sexual assault victim emergency payment program - creation eligibility.
- Section 18-3-408. Jury instruction prohibited.
- Section 18-3-408.5. Jury instruction on consent - when required.
- Section 18-3-409. Marital defense.
- Section 18-3-410. Medical exception.
- Section 18-3-411. Sex offenses against children - limitation for commencing proceedings evidence - statutory privilege - definition.
- Section 18-3-412. Habitual sex offenders against children - indictment or information verdict of the jury.
- Section 18-3-412.5. Failure to register as a sex offender.
- Section 18-3-412.6. Failure to verify location as a sex offender.
- Section 18-3-413. Video tape depositions - children - victims of sexual offenses.
- Section 18-3-413.5. Use of closed circuit television - child victims of sexual offenses. (Repealed)
- Section 18-3-414. Payment of treatment costs for the victim or victims of a sexual offense against a child.
- Section 18-3-414.5. Sexually violent predators - assessment - annual report - definitions.
- Section 18-3-415. Testing for persons charged with sexual offense.
- Section 18-3-415.5. Testing persons charged with certain sexual offenses for serious sexually transmitted infections - mandatory sentencing.
- Section 18-3-416. Reports of convictions to department of education.
- Section 18-3-417. Reports of sexual assault by applicants, registrants, or licensed professionals.
- Section 18-3-418. Unlawful electronic sexual communication - person in a position of trust definitions.
Editor's note: This part 5 was added in 2010. It was repealed and reenacted in 2014, resulting in the addition, relocation, or elimination of sections as well as subject matter. For amendments to this part 5 prior to 2014, consult the 2013 Colorado Revised Statutes and the Colorado statutory research explanatory note beginning on page vii in the front of this volume.
Law reviews: For article, "2006 Immigration Legislation in Colorado", see 35 Colo. Law. 79 (Oct. 2006); for article, "Buying and Selling Sex in Colorado", see 41 Colo. Law. 59 (Oct. 2012); for comment, "Finding Safe Harbor: Eliminating the Gap in Colorado's Human Trafficking Laws", see 87 U. Colo. L. Rev. 257 (2016).
- Section 18-3-501. Legislative declaration.
- Section 18-3-502. Definitions.
- Section 18-3-503. Human trafficking for involuntary servitude - human trafficking of a minor for involuntary servitude.
- Section 18-3-504. Human trafficking for sexual servitude - human trafficking of a minor for sexual servitude.
- Section 18-3-505. Human trafficking council - created - duties - repeal.
Editor's note: This part 6 was added with relocations in 2010. Former C.R.S. section numbers are shown in editor's notes following those sections that were relocated.