Entrapment : A Word of Legal Art Representing a Special Defense Within the Penumbrae of the Constitutionally Protected Umbrella
Wray, III, R. E., The Judge Advocate General's School, United States Army
A comprehensive study and analysis of the principles of the doctrine of entrapment in federal and military practice, including inter alia: the offenses to which the doctrine may relate; the procedural problems involved; the need for judicial regulation of entrapping activity in advance of its commencement; and the development of entrapment from an affirmative defense into right protected by the ninth amendment to the United States Constitution.
LLM (Master of Laws)
Entrapment (Criminal Law), United States, Military Law
TJAGSA Thesis 1966 Wray;
Bibliography: leaves 86-87.
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