The Entrapment Defense

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LexisNexis, Mar 18, 2015 - Law - 676 pages
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The Entrapment Defense presents a full discussion of trial issues under both subjective and objective tests. It includes full treatment of the standards of proof for both state and defendant, as well as evidentiary problems facing the defense. It gives special attention to inconsistent defense situations and exceptions to the inconsistent defense rule, due process issues, and other constitutional implications of entrapment.
 

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Contents

THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENTRAPMENT
04A The Beginnings
04C Sherman v United States
04F Mathews v United States
05D Entrapment by Estoppel
04B Sorrells v United States
THE SUBJECTIVE TEST
04C Sherman v United States
08A Clear Evidence of Lack of Predisposition
TRIAL PROCEDURE
12A Mathews v United States
13C No True Conflict or Inconsistency
02E Governments Burden
04F Mathews v United States
DUE PROCESS LIMITATIONS
PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE ENTRAPMENT

THE OBJECTIVE TEST
04D United States v Russell
THE SUBJECTIVE TEST
05E The Time Element
06A Predisposition Shown
04E Hampton v United States
THE OBJECTIVE TEST
JURY INSTRUCTIONS
THE FUTURE OF THE ENTRAPMENT DEFENSE
02A Sorrells v United States
05J Hearsay Evidence of Reputation
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