A person commits the offense of Kidnapping in the Second Degree if he or she knowingly restrains another person unlawfully and without consent so as to interfere substantially with his or her liberty and exposes him or her to a substantial risk of serious physical injury.
Kidnapping in the Second degree is a D Felony.
Kidnapping is a very serious charge. You want to consult with an attorney as soon as possible if you were recently charged with this offense. The attorneys at Miller & Hine are dedicated to provide the best possible defense to our clients, no matter what the charges against them may be. Your freedom and future are at stake. Call us today for a free consultation.