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United States v. Engler

Citation: 17 ELR 20334
No. Nos. 85-5818 et al., 806 F.2d 425/(3d Cir., 11/26/1986)

The court holds that a defendant prosecuted for selling protected wildlife in violation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) is not entitled to an entrapment defense as a matter of law, and due process was not violated as a result of either the conduct of government officials during their investigation or the MBTA's strict liability felony pr...

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