2 Written questions
2 Multiple choice questions
- the principle regarding parties to crime that establishes the conditions under which more than one person incurs liablity before, during, and after committing crimes; when one person is liable for another person's crime
- the parties liable as principals before and during a crime
2 True/False questions
mere presence rule → the rule that consipiracy and the underlying crime are seperate offenses.
Pinkerton rule → a person's presence at the scene of a crime doesn't by itself satisfy the actus reus requirement of accomplice liability.