Kidnapping

Representing Kidnapping Charges

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Under both Federal and law, the charge of kidnapping is referred to as taking a person from place to another place against the person’s own will, and or confining of an individual or individuals to a controlled space. There are some kidnapping laws and regulations that focus on the kidnapping for unlawful purposes, such as sex slavery and sweatshops, or for reasons of extortion or for the purpose of facilitating a criminal act. Parents without legal custody and can be charged with kidnapping in some cases.

The charge of abduction or kidnapping covers a wide range of acts. A clear-cut kidnapping for ransom is obviously abduction. An abduction charge may also result from an act as simple as two young lovers running off together, or a dispute between a custodial parent and a non-custodial parent. Often, prosecutors tack an abduction charge on to that for a sex crime, armed robbery, or other offense.

Our defense lawyers can discuss the kidnapping charges, the nature of the evidence, and how a criminal attorney might be able to build a successful trial defense for you and your abduction and kidnapping case.

The many legal and factual issues involved in the charge of kidnapping can provide the basis for one or more defense strategies.