Entrapment requires evidence that the police caused or enticed you to commit a crime that you would otherwise not have committed. Under the facts you have outlined, you had made several calls before you ever spoke to a police officer. Even if the discussion with the officer had not happened, you were likely already guilty of the charge.
Further, even if you could establish entrapment, you have to bring those allegations forth at a motions hearing or at trial. If you have already plead guilty, the Court will not reopen the case to allow you to pursue a defense that you have already waived.
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