The Defense of Entrapment – Definition, Bases and Procedure
Magness, W. Bruce
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The defense of entrapment has become an important defense in most of the criminal courts throughout the United States. In this article, the entrapment defense will be examined in respect to (1) its nature and definition, (2) its recognition in various jurisdictions, (3) its real and probable future bases and their effects, and (4) the procedural problems involved in raising it.