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Entrapment - Bibliography

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ABRAMSON, LESLIE W., and LINDEMAN, LISA L. "Entrapment and Due Process in the Federal Courts." American Journal of Criminal Law 8 (1980): 139–182.

ALLEN, ROBERT J.; LUTTRELL, MELISSA; and KREEGER, ANNE. "Clarifying Entrapment." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 89 (1999): 407–431.

BENNETT, FRED WARREN. "From Sorrells to Jacobsen: Reflections on Six Decades of Entrapment Law, and Related Defenses, in Federal Court," Wake Forest Law Review 27 (1992): 829–852.

CAMP, DAMON D. "Out of the Quagmire after Jacobsen v. United States, toward a More Balanced Entrapment Standard." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 83 (1993): 1055–1097.

CARLSON, JONATHAN C. "The Act of Requirement and the Foundations of the Entrapment Defense." Virginia Law Review 73 (1987): 1011–1046.

DEFEO, MICHAEL A. "Entrapment as a Defense to Criminal Responsibility: Its History, Theory, and Application." University of San Francisco Law Review 1 (1967): 243–276.

DONNELLY, RICHARD C. "Judicial Control and Informants, Spies, Stool Pigeons, and Agent Provocateurs." Yale Law Journal 60 (1951): 1091–1131.

GROOT, ROGER D. "The Serpent Beguiled Me and I (Without Scienter) Did Eat—Denial of Crime and Entrapment Defense." University of Illinois Law Forum (1973): 254–278.

MARCUS, PAUL. "The Development of Entrapment Law." Wayne Law Review 33 (1986): 5–37.

—— "Toward an Expanded View of the Due Process Claim in Entrapment Cases." Georgia State University Law Review 6 (1989): 73–84.

——. The Entrapment Defense, 2d ed. Charlottesville, Va.: Michie, 1995.

——. "Presenting, Back from the [Almost] Dead, the Entrapment Defense." Florida Law Review 47 (1996): 205–245.

MASCOLO, EDWARD G. "Due Process, Fundamental Fairness and Conduct That Shocks the Conscience: The Right Not to Be Enticed or Induced to Crime by Government and its Agents." Western New England Law Review 7 (1984): 1–54.

MULLOCK, PHILIP. "The Logic of Entrapment." University of Pittsburgh Law Review 46 (1985): 739–753.

PARK, ROGER. "The Entrapment Controversy." Minnesota Law Review 16 (1976): 163–274.

SEIDMAN, MICHAEL. "The Supreme Court, Entrapment, and Our Criminal Justice Dilemma." The Supreme Court Review (1981): 111–155.

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