Examples of entrapment in a Sentence
her entrapment in an unhappy marriage
His lawyer argued that he was a victim of police entrapment.
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Mining is a prime example — with miners facing dangers ranging from fire to falling rock and entrapment — but this industry is beginning to change.
More than two hours into deliberations, the jury asked for the legal definition of entrapment.
But the strategy also has been controversial, sweeping up mostly African-American targets — some with only minor criminal backgrounds — and sparking allegations across the country of entrapment and racial profiling.
Jones acknowledged a psychological report showed Hamzeh doesn't suffer from mental illness and is not likely violent, and that Hamzeh's entrapment defense might well be persuasive at trial.
Police think overeating may have been the reason for the furry creature's entrapment.
Paul Mpagi Sepuya edits and blends bodies photographically in the studio creating an atmosphere of entrapment and seduction.
To allow the government to perform such a bait and switch would be an outrageous form of entrapment that the Due Process Clause should prevent.
She and her husband Brian Cohn started the foundation in 2008 in memory of their 6-year-old son, Zachary, who died in a pool drain entrapment.
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