The Connecticut Supreme Court?s 2008 decision in State v. Salamon established that in such kidnapping cases the key question is not whether the victim was confined or restrained for a lengthy period of time or moved a significant distance, but whether the confinement or movement was incidental to and necessary for the commission of another crime.
State v. Ward
Connecticut Supreme Court
October 1, 2012
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