Enticement Law and Legal Definition
The term ‘enticement’ refers to the act or practice of enticing, alluring, or tempting. It is an act by which one person leads or moves another by persuasion or influence, as to some action or state of mind.
Entice means to wrongfully solicit, persuade, procure, allure, attract, coax, or seduce, or to lure, induce, attempt, incite, or persuade a person to do a thing. [United States v. Joseph, 542 F.3d 13, 17 (2d Cir. 2008)]. ‘Entice’ is a term of common usage and courts generally look to the dictionary for their common definitions. The term has plain and ordinary meanings. Persuade, induce, and entice are in effect synonyms. [United States v. Broxmeyer, 616 F.3d 120 (2d Cir. 2010)].