- a defense in which claims the defendant would not have broken the law if not tricked into doing it be law enforcement officials
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a defense that claims the defendant would not have broken the law if not tricked into doing it by law enforcement officials
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in law, instigation or inducement of a person into the commission of a crime by an officer of the law.
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==Plot== Virginia "Gin" Baker (Catherine Zeta-Jones) is an investigator for Waverly Insurance. Robert "Mac" MacDougal (Connery) is an international art thief. A priceless Rembrandt painting is stolen from an office one night. Gin is sent to investigate Mac as the chief suspect. She tries to entrap him with a proposition, claiming tha
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In criminal law, entrapment is conduct by a law enforcement agent inducing a person to commit an offense that the person would otherwise have been unlikely to commit. In many jurisdictions, entrapment is a possible defense against criminal liability. However, there is no entrapment where a person is ready and willing to break the law and the gover
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entrapment, in law, the instigation of a crime in the attempt to obtain cause for a criminal prosecution. Situations in which a government operative merely provides the occasion for the commission of a criminal act (e.g., when an undercover agent posing as a narcotics dealer is approached by a would...
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A person is 'entrapped' when he is induced or persuaded by law enforcement officers or their agents to commit a crime that he had no previous intent to commit; and the law as a matter of policy forbids conviction in such a case.
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n. in criminal law, the act of law enforcement officers or government agents inducing or encouraging a person to commit a crime when the potential criminal expresses a desire not to go ahead. The key to entrapment is whether the idea for the commission or encouragement of the criminal act originated with the police or government agents instead of w
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Entrapment is an action adventure starring Sean Connery, Catherine Zeta Jones and Ving Rhames in a story about an unlikely partnership formed between an insurance investigator and an ageing cat burglar. Entrapment was directed by Jon Amiel in 1999.
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Defense to criminal charges alleging that agents of the government induced a person to commit a crime he/she otherwise would not have committed.
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A defense to criminal charges alleging that agents of the government induced a person to commit a crime he/she otherwise would not have committed.
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An act by the police or their agents, such as informants, to induce a person to commit a crime for the purpose of prosecuting that person for that induced crime. If the judge or jury believes that the person was predisposed to commit the crime anyway, even when the government agent suggested the crime or even helped with its commission, they are un
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