Kidnapping, which is defined in O.R.C. 2905.01, is considered a violent crime in Ohio and can result in serious consequences for the accused. If you have been charged, then our team at Patituce & Associates invites you to contact our firm today. Our Toledo criminal defense lawyers—led by three former prosecutors—have won thousands of criminal cases and are ready to protect your rights and interests from the state's allegations against you.
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Kidnapping is considered a felony in Ohio. If the victim is released unharmed, the perpetrators can be charged with a second-degree felony (with maximum prison time of eight years). If harm has come to the victim, the crime can be charged as a first-degree felony.
Kidnapping has traditionally been associated with trying to collect a ransom, but in recent years, new laws have also been passed to confront similar but distinctly different criminal acts. If you have been charged with any of these crimes, then we urge you to contact our firm immediately.
Other kidnapping-related charges include:
If you or a loved one have been accused of any of these crimes, then the time to seek legal representation is now. Contact our proven team of legal professionals to start mounting a thorough and effective defense today.
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