Tag Archives: CC 1204

Kidnapping for Ransom: Court Of Appeal Identifies Errors In CC 1202
March 30th, 2014

  People v. Eid (2010) 187 Cal. App. 4th 859, 878, concluded that CC 1202 fails to clearly inform the jury that, to prove a defendant guilty of kidnapping for ransom, the People must prove, inter alia, (1) that the victim did not consent to the confinement, concealment, or other predicate act, and (2) where […]

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Kidnapping During Carjacking
March 20th, 2014

  People v. Ortiz (2012) 208 Cal. App. 4th 1354,, upheld CC 1204 which deals with kidnapping during a carjacking. The Court of Appeal rejected the defendants’ arguments that the court should have instructed that the offense of kidnapping during a carjacking requires that the purpose of the kidnapping was to facilitate a carjacking and, […]

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