Type of Crime:
False imprisonment is defined as the unlawful confinement or detention of a person without that person's consent. While most commonly charged as a misdemeanor, if violence or fraud is used to commit the crime of false imprisonment, you will be charged with a felony. If charged with a misdemeanor, you will face up to one year in county jail. However, if charged with felony false imprisonment, you will face up to 3 years in state prison. If you or someone you love has been charged with the crime of false imprisonment, it is important to hire both an experienced and skilled defense attorney. Kenner & Greenfield are committed to protecting the rights of their clients and will work closely with you to develop an effective defense strategy and obtain a successful result. Call Kenner & Greenfield today!