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Overview of federal entrapment defense

October 17, 2010
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As an alternative to the defense that the government has failed to prove the defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, the defendant may allege that he was entrapped. An entrapment defense admits that the offense took place, but alleges that the defendant would not have committed the offense but for the influence of law enforcement. […]

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