Criminal Practice – Plain Error Review – Jury Instructions – Kidnapping – RemovalState v. Boyd Where there was no evidence that defendant “removed” the kidnapping victim, it was plain error for the trial court to instruct the jury that it could find defendant guilty if he confined, restrained “or removed the victim from one place to another.”
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Published: August 8, 2012
Time posted: 4:24 pm
Tags: Criminal Practice, Jury Instructions, Kidnapping, Plain Error Review, Removal