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CJ Midterm Ch 5
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an offense preparatory to committing a crime. Inchoate offenses include attempt, conspiracy, and solicitation.
an intent to commit a crime coupled with an at taken toward committing the offense.
a visible act by an individual
a significant movement toward completion of an intended result
actions taken in preparation to commit a crime
a crime that is the object of an attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy
a defense allowed in some jurisdictions when, although the defendant intended to commit a crime, it was impossible to do so because the completed act is not a crime
that which is in fact impossible to achieve. Unlike legal impossibility, this is not a defense to a charge of attempt
the inchoate offense of requesting or encouraging someone to engage in illegal conduct
the inchoate offense of two or more persons agreeing or planning to commit a target crime
rule enunciated by the Supreme Court in Pinkerton v. United States (1946) holding that a member of a conspiracy is liable for all offenses committed in furtherance of the conspiracy
holds that two people cannot conspire to commit a crime such as adultery, incest, or bigamy inasmuch as these offenses necessarily require two participants; they cannot be committed by one person acting alone
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CJ Midterm Ch 1
CJ Midterm Ch 4
CJ Midterm Ch 6
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