The Federal crime of making certain threats or demands through Interstate Communications is defined by 18 U.S.C. § 875 as follows:
The Federal crime of Kidnapping applies to kidnapping in the traditional sense, as well as parental kidnapping. It is defined in 18 U.S.C. § 1201 as follows:
The Illinois crime of Forcible Detention is defined by 720 ILCS 5/10-4 as follows:
Kidnapping in Illinois is defined by 720 ILCS 5/10-1, while the crime of aggravated kidnapping (a more serious form of kidnapping) is defined by 720 ILCS 5/10-2
The crime of false imprisonment is defined by Iowa Code Section 710.7 as the crime a person commits when, having no reasonable belief that the person has any right or authority to do so, the person intentionally confines
Iowa law defines the crime of child stealing in Iowa Code section 710.5 as the crime a person commits when, knowing that the person has no authority to do so, the person forcibly or fraudulently takes, decoys, or entices away any child with intent to
The crime of kidnapping in Iowa is defined by Iowa Code section 710.1 as the crime a person commits when the person either confines a person or removes a person from one place to another, knowing that
In Illinois and Iowa custody cases, the court has the authority to issue in emergency injunction to prevent harm to a child. This article discusses injunctions in the Illinois Circuit Court and Iowa District Court.