Buffalo Criminal Lawyer Discusses Unlawful Imprisonment in the Second Degree

As an experienced Buffalo Criminal Lawyer, I often speak to people who were charged with unlawful imprisonment in the second degree.

  • New York State considers unlawful imprisonment in the second degree a Class A misdemeanor.
  • Unlawfully restraining someone against their will is chargeable as unlawful imprisonment.
  • This Class A misdemeanor is a criminal offense, and conviction will cause the offender to have a criminal record.
  • Second degree unlawful imprisonment may be punished with as much as a year in jail and/or a one thousand dollar fine.

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