An assault is the act of unlawfully attacking people verbally by abusing or threatening them or forcing them to do things against their will. Assault does not involve contact. Examples of assaults are, threatening to kill or take by word of mouth, through a text or mail or pointing a gun, a knife or any other dangerous object to someone to show the strength of the message. It is sometimes difficult to pursue a case against someone who has abused another verbally, since the terms could meant for protective purposes. Sexual assault involves ...view middle of the document...
Kidnapping is the unlawfully taking away a person by force with the intention of obtaining ransom upon their release. The abduction however may be for other reasons apart from, for ransom. This could include, causing physical and emotional pain and injury to the person or the family of the abducted person, to sexually abuse them or interfere with their legal duties. The kidnapped person is held in a hidden or deserted place where he cannot be traced easily. The person avoids escaping due to the threats of the abductors (Dohner, 2010).
False imprisonment is as a result of false arrest. False arrest is an illegal detention of someone. False imprisonment restricts a person’s movement on the basis that he is a suspect in a crime. This mostly happens in offices and in manufacturing companies. False imprisonment may entail, locking the person inside a room and enforcing tight security around the room. This is against the law and the persons practicing this are supposed to be charged in court.
Rape is clearing one’s desire of sexual feelings by forcing one’s self to a partner or a person against their own will. There is no consent. During raping, there is force and violence from the attacker in order to achieve his desire. A person can be raped when taken by force, when drugged or with disability. After being raped, a person can, contract sexually transmitted diseases, get pregnant and becomes traumatized by the situation. A friend, a husband or wife, a relative or a stranger can do the act of rape (Cahill 2001).
Statutory rape is having sexual intercourse with a minor with or without their consent. A minor is anyone under the age of 18 years....