Kidnapping in Alaska
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In Alaska, kidnapping is a felony charge, resulting in extended prison
sentences and expensive fines. If you have been arrested and charged with
kidnapping, it is important to obtain legal representation from an experienced
and reliable attorney.
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a variety of
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According to Alaska law, an individual commits the crime of kidnapping
if he or she restrains another person by secreting and holding them in
a place where the restrained person is unlikely to be found or expose
the restrained person to a significant risk of serious bodily injury.
Kidnapping is considered an unclassified felony, resulting in a definite
term of imprisonment of at least five years, but not more than 99 years.
The offender should have the intention to do one or more of the following:
- Hold the restrained individual for ransom, reward, or other payment
- Use the restrained individual as a hostage or shield
- Inflict serious injury upon or sexually assault or abuse the restrained
individual or place the restrained individual or a third person in apprehension
that anyone will be subjected to serious injury or sexual assault or abuse.
- Interfere with the performance of a government or politically based function
- Facilitate the commission of a felony or flight after committing a felony
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