Entrapment Defense Georgia
"In Georgia, the entrapment defense consists of three distinct elements:
(1) the idea for the commission of the crime must originate with the state agent;
(2) the crime must be induced by the agent's undue persuasion, incitement, or deceit;
(3) the defendant must not be predisposed to commit the crime." Bacon v. State, 188 Ga. App. 782 (1) (374 SE2d 351) (1988).