In Kidnapping, Is Movement of Victim 190 Feet Enough?

Kidnapping is often thought of as typing someone up (against his or her will) and moving that person to a different city, county or even state. However, if can also be a violation of the law to move the person against his or her will a much shorter distance. How short of a distance suffices? To read a short article that summarizes a recent reported decision on this issue, please click on the following link.



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