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Old 18 July 2017, 04:10 PM
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That definitely depends on the jurisdiction. In some, asportation is a required element. Holding a person against their will where you found them is a different crime.
For example, Ohio law has eliminated the requirement for asportation for the charge of kidnapping.

Ohio Rev. Code Ann. 2905.01 Unlawful removal of a person or detaining them in the same place is the same crime.
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