2021 Colorado Code
Title 18 - Criminal Code
Article 1.3 - Sentencing in Criminal Cases
Part 4 - Sentences to Imprisonment
§ 18-1.3-403. Penalty for Felony Not Fixed by Statute - Punishment

Universal Citation: CO Code § 18-1.3-403 (2021)
  1. In all cases where an offense is denominated by statute as being a felony and no penalty is fixed in the statute therefor, the punishment shall be imprisonment for not more than five years in a correctional facility, as defined in section 17-1-102, C.R.S., or a fine of not more than fifteen thousand dollars, or both such imprisonment and fine. For offenses committed on or after July 1, 1985, a fine of not more than one hundred thousand dollars may be levied. For offenses committed on or after July 1, 1993, if the sentencing court sentences an offender to incarceration pursuant to the provisions of this section, the sentencing court shall also impose a mandatory period of parole of two years.
  2. Every sentence entered under this section shall include consideration of restitution as required by part 6 of this article and by article 18.5 of title 16, C.R.S.

History. Source: L. 2002: Entire article added with relocations, p. 1402, § 2, effective October 1.

Editor's note:

This section is similar to former § 18-1-109 as it existed prior to 2002.

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