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(a) A person is guilty of unlawful restraint if he intentionally:

(1) Restrains another human being so as to interfere with his liberty; or

(2) Without consent, removes another human being from his place of residence or business or place where he would otherwise be found.

(b) Unlawful restraint is a Class A offense if it is done to hold another for ransom or reward; to use another as a shield or hostage; to facilitate commission of any offense or flight thereafter; to interfere with the performance of any Tribal governmental or political function; if the restraint causes serious bodily harm to the victim; or if the restraint exposes the victim to a risk of serious bodily harm.

(c) In all other cases, unlawful restraint is a Class C offense.

Comment: This section is in its original adopted version.

[Res. 10-27-77B, 1977. Prior Code § 5-30-030.]