Bar PRep

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  1. Conspirator can be convicted of a crime committed by a coconspiritor if
    the crimes were committed in furtherance of the objectives of the conspiracy and the crimes were foreseeable
  2. In order to be convicted oas accessory after the fact
    the crime commited must be a felony, and it must be completed at the time the accessory renders aid
  3. legal impossibility
    when the defendid did/intended to do acts that would not constitute a crime under any circumstances
  4. Elements of Attempt
    • specific intent to commit the crime and
    • an overt act in furtherance of that attemptĀ 
  5. Accomplice liable for
    crimes he did or counseled and any other crimes committed in the course of committing the crime, as long as those were probable or foreseeable
  6. Overt act (MBE)
    a substantial step in a course of conduct planned to culminate in the commission of the crime that shows strong corroboration of the actor's criminal purpose
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Bar PRep
2012-06-26 21:46:21
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