Florida Kidnapping Charges and Penalties
Florida law defines kidnapping as confining, abducting or imprisoning another person against their will by way of force or threats, with the intent to: commit a felony offense of any kind, secure ransom, injure or terrorize the victim or another person, or interfere with the government or any governmental agency in its performance. Kidnapping is an extremely serious offense. The offense is punishable by up to 30 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $10,000.
Kidnapping is a felony offense in Florida and may also be designated a Federal offense.
Bradley M. Collins, P.A. has nearly three decades of experience defending Kidnapping and other serious felonies in state and federal courts.