Charged with Conspiracy? What Must the Prosecutor Prove?

Most people readily understand that if one is charged with conspiracy, the prosecutor must prove that the defendant had an agreement with someone else to commit a crime.  However, how specific must that agreement be and what further steps must defendant take to commit the crime?  After all, two people can talk idly about how financially rewarding it would be to rob a bank, but idle talk alone is no crime without more.  What exactly is needed?  Click on the following link to find out.

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