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CHAPTER 13

Conspiracy

OVERVIEW

Sometimes you can get things done more efficiently by working with others. Criminals have found this form of organization works for them too.

Conspiracy punishes individuals who agree to commit a crime (often called the “target” or “object” crime). Conspiracy, then, responds to the special dangers created by group criminality: division of labor, expanded scope of potential harm, mutual encouragement, and greater likelihood the agreed-upon crime---or even future crimes not yet determined or contemplated---will be committed.

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