kidnapping

[n] - (law) the unlawful act of capturing and carrying away a person against their will and holding them in false imprisonment
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kidnapping

The abduction of a person against his or her will. It often involves holding persons for ransom. It may also take place in child-custody disputes or involve psychosexual motives. The practice...
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kidnapping

noun (law) the unlawful act of capturing and carrying away a person against their will and holding them in false imprisonment
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Kidnapping

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kidnapping

criminal offense consisting of the unlawful taking and carrying away of a person by force or fraud or the unlawful seizure and detention of a person ... [27 related articles]
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Kidnapping

[disambiguation] Kidnapping is the taking away of a person against the person`s will. Kidnapping or kidnap may also refer to: ...
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kidnapping

kidnapping, in law, the taking away of a person by force, threat, or deceit, with intent to cause him to be detained against his will. Kidnapping may be done for ransom or for political or other purposes. A parent whose legal rights to custody of a child have been revoked can be guilty of the crime ...
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Kidnapping

It refers to forceful abduction of a human being with the intention to hold them for ransom, or seize them away for the motive of harrassment (physically or mentally or sexually), taking them hostage and various other motives. It is done by the way of taking the kidnapped person to a place where they are unlikely to be found and is unlikely to be r...
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kidnapping

(also spelled kidnaping) n. the taking of a person against his/her will (or from the control of a parent or guardian) from one place to another under circumstances in which the person so taken does not have freedom of movement, will, or decision through violence, force, threat or intimidation. Although it is not necessary that the purpose be crimin...
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kidnapping

The abduction of a person against his or her will. It often involves holding persons for ransom. It may also take place in child-custody disputes or involve psychosexual motives
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Kidnapping

In criminal law, kidnapping is the taking away or transportation of a person against that person`s will, usually to hold the person in false imprisonment, a confinement without legal authority. This may be done for ransom or in furtherance of another crime, or in connection with a child custody dispute. When it is done with legal authority, it is....
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kidnapping

Unlawfully taking and carrying away a person by force and against his/her will.
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Kidnapping

Taking a person away by means of fear, force, or fraud. Kidnapping is a felony. It is also a federal crime, due to the assumption that the victim can be carried across state lines; this gives the FBI jurisdiction to pursue the alleged kidnapper.
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