State v. Cotton
In State v. Cotton, 77 Conn. App. 749, 825 A.2d 189, cert. denied, 265 Conn. 911, 831 A.2d 251 (2003), the defendant was taking the victim, a disabled friend of his wife, home after dinner at the defendant's home.
The defendant twice stopped his motor vehicle and made sexual advances toward the victim, the first time by use of words, the second time by physical contact.
He was charged with and convicted of, among other crimes, unlawful restraint in the second degree in violation of General Statutes 53a-96 (a) and kidnapping in the first degree in violation of General Statutes 53a-92 (a) (2) (A).
The Court affirmed the defendant's conviction. State v. Cotton, supra, 77 Conn. App. 752.