(a) The commission of acts which would otherwise constitute an offense is not criminal if the actor engaged in the prescribed conduct because he was entrapped by a law enforcement officer or a person acting in cooperation with such an officer.
(b) An “entrapment” is perpetrated if a law enforcement officer or a person acting in cooperation with an officer, for the purpose of obtaining evidence of the commission of an offense, solicits, encourages, or otherwise induces another person to engage in conduct when he was not ready and willing to engage in that conduct.
(c) The relief afforded by subsection (a) is not available as to any crime which involves causing physical injury to or placing in danger of physical injury a person other than the person perpetrating the entrapment.
(d) The defendant has the burden of injecting the issue of entrapment.History: 1979, PL 16-43 § 2.
Research Guide: MCC 562.066.