Kidnapping

Kidnapping is a serious offense. While it sounds like the stuff movies are made of, the truth is that there is nothing cool about it. Not for the victim, and not for a person charged with committing such an offense. Oftentimes, the accused is actually innocent, himself a victim of a misidentification. It takes an attorney with a proven track record of handling complex misidentification cases to handle the defense of such an accusation. It takes an attorney like Ezra C. Levy.

Here is one example of Ezra’s successful forays in establishing a misidentification of his client: K.B. and his friend were riding on the train, minding their business when the train was stopped and the two boys were taken off the train. Unbeknownst to them, a teenager was robbed on the train and had picked the two teenagers as his assailants, even though they were riding on a different car. Ezra thoroughly went through the discovery, going through the descriptions given of the perpetrators, comparing them with how K.B. looked like. After that, Ezra cross-examined the complainant at trial and tactically proved that the complainant never got a good look at his assailants. More importantly, at summation, Ezra was able to prove to the jury that even if they believed that the complainant got a good enough look to make an accurate description, K.B. did not meet the description.

If you or a loved one are faced with an accusation of kidnapping, consider using an attorney with a proven track record in handling these often-complex cases. Call the Law Offices of Ezra C. Levy.

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