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Posted by Lisa Fine Moses | Nov 04, 2021 | 0 Comments

A person who pleads to a DJ on a felony sex offense does not ALWAYS have to participate in SOMB (Sex Offender Management Board) treatment, do polygraphs and have no contact with minors.  A Judge can override probation on specific terms and conditions.

Recently, a District Court Judge issued an Order that a person placed on a DJ for a felony sex offense did not have to participate in SOMB treatment and that the person could have a treatment provider outside of SOMB standards. 

It is always important to fight for a client's rights.

Every individual should be treated as an individual!

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Lisa Fine Moses

PARTNER Lisa Fine Moses has dedicated her career to aggressively and passionately representing those facing criminal charges. She started her legal career as a Colorado State Public Defender and then continued her work in criminal defense in private practice.

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