KIDNAPPING

To prove the crime of kidnapping, the state must prove the following three elements:

 

1.    Defendant forcibly, secretly, or by threat: confined, or abducted, or imprisoned the victim against his or her will.

2.    The defendant had no lawful authority.

3.    The defendant acted with intent to do any of the following:

a.    commit a felony

b.    hold for ransom

c.    inflict bodily harm

d.    terrorize the victim

e.    interfere with the performance of any governmental or political function.