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Question 1: There is no limit on the number participating in the conspiracy and, in most countries, no requirement that any steps have been taken to put the plan into effect (compare ________ which require proximity to the full offence).
Inchoate offenseAttempt crimeMens reaCriminal negligence

Question 2: For the purposes of ________, the actus reus is a continuing one and parties may join the plot later and incur joint liability and conspiracy can be charged where the co-conspirators have been acquitted or cannot be traced.
Criminal negligenceConcurrenceAttempt crimeCriminal law

Question 3: Although most ________ are crimes, it is irrelevant for these purposes whether the agreement would amount to a crime if carried out.
FraudTortNeutral reportageNegligence

Question 4: Finally, ________ by one or more parties does not affect liability but may reduce their sentence.

Question 5: One example of this is ________ case, where one twin sister attempted to hire two youths to have her twin sister killed.
1996Han twins murder conspiracyFelonySan Diego

Question 6: At ________, the crime of conspiracy was capable of infinite growth, able to accommodate any new situation and to criminalize it if the level of threat to society was sufficiently great.
ShariaCommon lawCivil law (legal system)Reception statute

Question 7: In the ________, a conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to break the law at some time in the future, and, in some cases, with at least one overt act in furtherance of that agreement.
Criminal lawDuressFraudTort


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