Circuit courts are currently split on how to apply the robbery abduction enhancement contained in the United States Sentencing Guidelines. As a result of patchwork interpretations and a failure to agree on when an abduction occurs, courts have come to drastically different conclusions in almost identical cases. In order to resolve the circuit split, courts need a functional test that applies a unified definition of location.
This Comment seeks to provide courts with such a test. In proposing this test, this Comment looks to (1) the Guidelines, (2) sexual assault case law, and (3) kidnapping case law
Sandefer, David J.
"To Move or Not to Move? That Is the Metaphysical Question,"
University of Chicago Law Review: Vol. 85
, Article 2.
Available at: https://chicagounbound.uchicago.edu/uclrev/vol85/iss8/2