Miami, Florida Entrapment Attorney
If you have been arrested for a crime and the police created the crime and set you up, you need a criminal lawyer. Contact us today for a free consultation. If you were arrested for Trafficking in Narcotics, or another crime in Miami or Fort Lauderdale, and the police set you up and made you commit the crime, you have a defense of Entrapment. This Defense can either be objective or subjective, depending on the level of egregious conduct the Miami or Fort Lauderdale police officers used in your situation. If you are facing serious penalties such as a long term of prison time in Miami or Fort Lauderdale, call us today to build your defense and protect your freedom. The consequences are serious, and require a strong criminal attorney by your side. We have offices conveniently located in down Miami and Fort Lauderdale, and one of our lawyers is available to speak to you today. Just contact us now and you can speak directly and confidentially with our attorneys.
Below is the law in Miami and Fort Lauderdale for Entrapment:
(1) A law enforcement officer, a person engaged in cooperation with a law enforcement officer, or a person acting as an agent of a law enforcement officer perpetrates an entrapment if, for the purpose of obtaining evidence of the commission of a crime, he or she induces or encourages and, as a direct result, causes another person to engage in conduct constituting such crime by employing methods of persuasion or inducement which create a substantial risk that such crime will be committed by a person other than one who is ready to commit it.
(2) A person prosecuted for a crime shall be acquitted if the person proves by a preponderance of the evidence that his or her criminal conduct occurred as a result of an entrapment. The issue of entrapment shall be tried by the trier of fact.
(b) Confinement of a child under the age of 13 is against her or his will within the meaning of this subsection if such confinement is without the consent of her or his parent or legal guardian.
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