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New York Kidnapping Attorney


Kidnapping is an extremely serious crime, and if you or a loved one are facing possible charges of alleged kidnapping, you need a lawyer who's just as serious and powerful as the charges. The sooner you get a skilled attorney on your side, the better your chances will be to get these charges reduced or dropped altogether. The Law Firm of Panzavecchia & Associates, PLLC has the resources and dedication you need to give you a strong and powerful defense. Call us immediately at 1-800-LAW-2204.


Kidnapping Charges in New York


These charges carry serious penalties- you could be looking at immense fines, if not life imprisonment. The goal of the courts is to provide an extremely severe punishment, so this crime is near equal to other charges like murder, armed robbery, and sexual offenses.


Kidnapping is when a person willfully and secretly confines another person by force or threat, against his or her will. This can involve carrying a person from one place to another with the intent to confine them, and also includes tactics of enticement and deceit to trick and trap another person. It's considered especially heinous when the kidnapped person is a child under 13 years of age, or an intellectually disabled person. In these cases, the will of the parent or legal guardian needs to be taken into account as well. Kidnapping is a Class 2 Felony.


In many cases, kidnapping will be included with other charges, such as threats, weapons charges, and more. Even if the other party wasn't technically moved, it can still count as kidnapping just because they were confined and forced to stay in the same area against their will or without their guardian's consent.


A Defense Lawyer You Can Trust


If you've been charged as a kidnapper, don't wait- call an experienced kidnapping attorney in New York today. Nassau County law firm Panzavecchia & Associates, PLLC can help you get your life back on track immediately. Contact us today at 1-800-LAW-2204.

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