When a defendant is charged with kidnapping, the defendant is entitled to a Salamon instruction that to find the defendant guilty of kidnapping, the jury is required to find that the defendant intended to restrain the victim for a longer time or to a greater degree than that necessary to commit the underlying crime.
Epps v. Warden
December 3, 2012
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