A, B, and C agree to rob a store. C leaves their meeting. A has second thoughts, and A tells B he is leaving the conspiracy. Meanwhile, C steals a car. C returns, and B informs C that A has left the scheme. Then, B and C commit the robbery. What is A's liability?
A is liable for the theft of the car, because C did not have information that A had withdrawn and the car theft was a foreseeable crime in furtherance of the conspiracy. A has no liability for the robbery, because by that time all other members (B and C) were informed ofthe withdrawal. Note: A is also liable for the CONSPIRACY.