Fundamentals of Criminal Law
Adam J. McKee, Ph.D.
Jack Brown, Ph.D.
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The core element of a conspiracy charge is an agreement. In the business world, such agreements are usually made via legal contracts. Individuals do not typically enter into a formal collective agreement to commit a crime. Prosecutors are routinely forced to point to circumstances that strongly suggest that the defendants agreed to commit a crime.
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